acoustic radiation


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acoustic radiation

[ə′küs·tik ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(acoustics)
Infrasonic, sonic, or ultrasonic waves propagating through a solid, liquid, or gaseous medium.
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Shear-Wave Velocity (SWV) of each tendon was measured using Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse elastography.
In this study, the acoustic radiation force excitation was simulated using body forces applied through entire depth of the FE model.
Because of the great differences in the acoustic radiation impedances of mold and air, the sound waves are totally reflected at the mold/air interface.
An error sensing strategy is described for active structural acoustic control based on acoustic radiation modes, and an error analysis method for interferometric testing is presented.
We have also analysed the acoustic radiation that is built in the form of acoustic emissions (AE) accumulating energy speed changes.
Incorporating photos and images, they discuss the fundamentals of equipment, ultrasound, and microanatomy; ultrasound-guided anesthesia and pain medicine for the upper and lower extremities, central blocks, and pediatric anesthesia; pain blocks; and future directions in the field, including impedance neurography, acoustic radiation force imaging, and medical image segmentation using modified Mumford segmentation methods.
Siemens Healthcare Ultrasound will highlight a new release of its premium ACUSON S2000 ultrasound platform featuring significant advancements in Acoustic Radiation Force Imaging (ARFI) and contrast imaging, as well as a complete new imaging line for OB/GYN.
produces pictures of liver tumors that are better than those made with traditional ultrasound, according to results of a clinical study, which suggests that the imaging method known as Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse (ARFI) ultrasound might offer a new tool for screening patients at increased risk for liver cancers.
The new method, known as acoustic radiation force impulse, or ARFI, ultrasound uses high-energy sound waves to push on tissues.