ultrasonic imaging


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ultrasonic imaging

[¦əl·trə′sän·ik ′im·ij·iŋ]
(acoustics)
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To characterize the ultrasonic imaging ability of the targeted nanoparticle, in vitro ultrasound experiment was performed.
Thijssen, <<Generalized description and tracking estimation of the frequency dependent attenuation of ultrasound in biological tissues,>> Ultrasonic Imaging, vol.
In: Medical imaging 2005: Ultrasonic imaging and signal processing.
27) The image brightness of mouse livers increased following particle administration suggesting that it is feasible to use solid nanoparticles as contrast enhancing agents for ultrasonic imaging.
Conventional ultrasonic imaging systems use frequencies from 2 MHz to 20 MHz with a resolution of millimeter level.
Ultrasonic imaging methods based on the analysis of nonlinear effects of ultrasound propagation are today referred to nonlinear elastic wave spectroscopy (NEWS).
Application chapters describe uses of ultrasonic imaging such as the pulse-echo technique, Doppler imaging techniques, and safety and therapeutic ultrasound applications.
The RAPTOR UIFD1 handheld Ultrasonic Imaging Flaw Detector combines a handheld flaw detector with a fully capable imaging system at the price of most mid-level flaw detectors.
a manufacturer of ultrasonic test equipment, introduced the RAPTOR UIFD 1 handheld Ultrasonic Imaging Flaw Detector.
Physicians would inject drug-carrying liposomes into a patient's bloodstream, and then insert a catheter via a blood vessel to the site of the brain tumour," said Carl Herickhoff, fourth-year graduate student at Duke's Pratt School of Engineering and first author of a paper appearing in the journal Ultrasonic Imaging.
New ultrasound technology will enable prospective parents to see their developing child in the womb with the aid of 3-D glasses, according to a report in the April issue of Ultrasonic Imaging.
The C-SAM, or C-Mode Scanning Acoustic Microscope, is an ultra-high-frequency ultrasonic imaging system that looks inside opaque samples and reveals internal features such as defects and construction details.

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