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Advances in ultrasound biomicroscopy.
The visualisation of living tissues at microscopic resolution is attracting attention in several fields. In medicine, the goals are to image healthy and diseased tissue with the aim of providingExpand
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Therapy-Induced Acute Recruitment of Circulating Endothelial Progenitor Cells to Tumors
The contribution of bone marrow–derived circulating endothelial progenitor cells (CEPs) to tumor angiogenesis has been controversial, primarily because of their low numbers in blood vessels ofExpand
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Ultrasound biomicroscopy of anterior segment structures in normal and glaucomatous eyes.
We developed a new method of imaging the anterior segment of the eye using high-frequency ultrasound that allows structural details of the angle, iris, ciliary body, zonule, and posterior chamber toExpand
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Clinical use of ultrasound biomicroscopy.
The authors have developed a method of obtaining images of cross-sections of the intact anterior globe at microscopic resolution. High-frequency ultrasound transducers (50-100 MHz) have beenExpand
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A new ultrasound instrument for in vivo microimaging of mice.
We report here on the design and evaluation of the first high-frequency ultrasound (US) imaging system specifically designed for microimaging of the mouse. High-frequency US or US biomicroscopy (UBM)Expand
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Applications for multifrequency ultrasound biomicroscopy in mice from implantation to adulthood.
A new multifrequency (19-55 MHz) ultrasound biomicroscope with two-dimensional imaging and integrated Doppler ultrasound was evaluated using phantoms and isoflurane-anesthetized mice. PhantomsExpand
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Hemodynamics in the mouse aortic arch as assessed by MRI, ultrasound, and numerical modeling.
Mice are widely used to study arterial disease in humans, and the pathogenesis of arterial diseases is known to be strongly influenced by hemodynamic factors. It is, therefore, of interest toExpand
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Optimizing the radiation pattern of sparse periodic linear arrays
We have developed a method for designing sparse periodic arrays. Grating lobes in the two-way radiation pattern are avoided by using different element spacings on transmission and reception. TheExpand
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A history of medical and biological imaging with polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) transducers
Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is a ferroelectric polymer with unique properties suitable for use in a wide range of medical and biological imaging applications. Most notable among these is its lowExpand
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Frequency dependence of ultrasound attenuation and backscatter in breast tissue.
Attenuation and backscatter of ultrasound in human breast tissues were measured over the frequency range relevant to breast imaging (3-7 MHz). The first step in the measurement process consisted ofExpand
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