Ingrid Leguerney

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Accurate clinical interpretation of the sound velocity derived from axial transmission devices requires a detailed understanding of the propagation phenomena involved and of the bone factors that have an impact on measurements. In the low megahertz range, ultrasonic propagation in cortical bone depends on anisotropic elastic tissue properties, porosity and(More)
200 MHz scanning acoustic microscopy (SAM) and synchrotron radiation muCT (SR-muCT) were used to assess microstructural parameters and tissue properties in site-matched regions of interest in cortical bone. Anterior and postero-lateral regions of ten cross sections from human cortical radius were explored. Structural parameters, including diameter and(More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of the arterial input on perfusion parameters measured using dynamic contrast-enhanced sonography combined with a deconvolution method after bolus injections of a contrast agent. METHODS The in vitro experiments were conducted using a custom-made setup consisting of pumping a fluid through(More)
200-MHz scanning acoustic microscopy (SAM) and synchrotron radiation microCT (SR-microCT) were used to assess microstructural parameters, acoustic impedance Z and tissue degree of mineralization of bone (DMB) in site-matched regions of interest in femoral bone of two inbred strains. Transverse femoral sections taken from 5 C57BL/6J@Ico (B6) and 5(More)
We used quantitative scanning acoustic microscopy (SAM) to assess tissue acoustic impedance and microstructure of cortical bone of human radii with the aim to provide data on regional distribution of acoustic impedance along the circumferential and across the radial directions in the entire cross-section of the radius diaphysis as well as to determine the(More)
AIM To evaluate the sources of variation influencing the microvascularization parameters measured by dynamic contrast-enhanced ultrasonography (DCE-US). METHODS Firstly, we evaluated, in vitro, the impact of the manual repositioning of the ultrasound probe and the variations in flow rates. Experiments were conducted using a custom-made phantom setup(More)
PURPOSE This study is intended to compare the value of uncompressed ultrasonic data, obtained after linear power detection of the ultrasonic radiofrequencies that we call linear data, with usual compressed video data for the quantification of tumor perfusion, particularly for monitoring antivascular therapy. MATERIALS AND METHODS To form a clinically(More)
OBJECTIVES The purposes of this study were to assess the reliability of parametric maps from dynamic contrast-enhanced ultrasound (DCE-US) to reflect the heterogeneous distribution of intratumoral vascularization and to predict the tissue features linked to vasculature. This study was designed to compare DCE-US parametric maps with histologic vascularity(More)
AIM To investigate intra-operator variability of semi-quantitative perfusion parameters using dynamic contrast-enhanced ultrasonography (DCE-US), following bolus injections of SonoVue(®). METHODS The in vitro experiments were conducted using three in-house sets up based on pumping a fluid through a phantom placed in a water tank. In the in vivo(More)
Expression levels of endoglin, αv integrin and vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 2 (VEGFR2) were investigated using targeted, contrast-enhanced ultrasonography in murine melanoma tumor models. Microvasculature and expression levels of biomarkers were investigated using specific contrast agents conjugated with biotinylated monoclonal antibodies.(More)