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Blood Flow Estimation Error with Intravascular Ultrasound Due to In-Plane Component of Flow
Previously, we presented a real-time method to measure blood flow perpendicular to the image plane of an intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) imaging system using a slow-time FIR (finite impulse response)Expand
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Ringdown reduction for an intraluminal ultrasound array using depth-dependent azimuthal filters
Vibration of piezoelectric elements after electrical excitation creates ringdown artifacts in ultrasound images close to the transducer surface. For intraluminal applications, high quality images areExpand
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Quantitative blood flow estimation error due to the in-plane component of the flow with intravascular ultrasound
Previously, we presented the flow estimation error introduced by in-plane flow using a slow-time FIR (finite impulse response) filter-bank method to measure quantitatively blood flow decorrelationExpand
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Quantitative real-time blood flow estimation with intravascular ultrasound in the presence of in-plane flow
Previously, we showed a source of error in blood flow estimation introduced by in-plane flow using a slow-time finite-impulse response (FIR) filter-bank method measuring blood flow through the imageExpand
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Application of ultrasonic thermal imaging in IVUS systems
Sudden disruption of vulnerable coronary plaque is considered by pathologists as the most frequent cause of acute coronary syndromes. These plaques are characterized by a large lipid-rich core withExpand
Quantitative blood flow estimation error due to the in-plane component of the flow with intravascular ultrasound
Previously, we presented a method to measure blood flow perpendicular to the imaging plane in real time with an intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) imaging system using a slow-time FIR (finite impulseExpand