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Pre-Clinical Experience with Full-Wave Inverse-Scattering for Breast Imaging
A new transmission ultrasound CT breast scanner (Techniscan Medical Systems, Inc.) was installed for pre-clinical testing at UCSD Medical Center. The scanner utilizes a 3D inverse scattering methodExpand
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Imaging Performance of Quantitative Transmission Ultrasound
Quantitative Transmission Ultrasound (QTUS) is a tomographic transmission ultrasound modality that is capable of generating 3D speed-of sound maps of objects in the field of view. Expand
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Quantitative volumetric breast imaging with 3D inverse scatter computed tomography
A method was developed to map tissue properties of the entire breast including sound speed and attenuation using fully 3D nonlinear inverse-scattering tomography. Expand
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Inverse Scattering Results
We discuss the results obtained using the inversion and refraction corrected reflection (RFCR) algorithms described in the companion paper in these proceedings. Expand
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A clinical experience of a prototype automated breast ultrasound system combining transmission and reflection 3D imaging
A new ultrasound CT breast WBU (Warm Bath Ultrasound) Scanner developed by Techniscan Medical Systems, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, and supported by Esaote Spa, Genoa, Italy, was installed forExpand
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TU‐B‐220‐04: 3D Inverse Scattering and Refraction Corrected Reflection Ultrasound
Purpose: Establish the ability of our 3D breast scanner to present 360 degree compounded reflection images coincident and registered with speed and attenuation maps generated by the same machine.Expand
TH-C-332-10: Ultrasound Inverse-Scatter Tomography of the Breast
Purpose: To present the design and performance of a new automated whole‐breast ultrasoundcomputed tomography (USCT) system that employs 3D inverse‐scatter reconstruction. Method and Materials: TheExpand
TU‐E‐220‐04: Quantitative Ultrasound Computed Tomography for Volumetric Breast Imaging
The basic imaging paradigm of medicalUS has remained unchanged, namely image formation results from transmission‐reception of 180 degree backscatter assuming straight‐line propagation. Expand
TU‐A‐220‐01: Quantitative Imaging via Inverse Scattering
Purpose: To establish the ability of our 3D registered inverse scattering based breast scanner to provide highly reproducible quantitative monitoring of breast health over short and long intervalExpand