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Changes in ultrasonic properties of liver tissue in vitro during heating-cooling cycle concomitant with thermal coagulation.
- M. Choi, S. R. Guntur, Joo Myoung Lee, D. G. Paeng, K. Lee, A. Coleman
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Ultrasound in medicine & biology
- 1 December 2011
The present work considers the ultrasonic properties of porcine liver tissue in vitro measured during heating concomitant with thermal coagulation followed by natural cooling, so as to provide… Expand
Evaluation of the Biocompatibility of Cuttlebone in Mouse
Bone grafting is widely used to bridge major bone defects or to promote bone union. Natural calcium carbonate (CC) has been used as a bone substitute material and used to scaffold for bone… Expand
High Titer Production of Equine Herpes Virus-1 Using MDBK Cell Culture System
Equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV) is one of the major causes of economic loss in the equine industry. High titer production of the viral antigen is essential for vaccine development and diagnostic… Expand
Survey on Tabanids that captured using traps baited with natural attractants at the large stud farm
The effect of punctal occlusion with thermal cautery after third eyelid removal on tear production as measured by Schrimer tear test in normal dogs
Comparison of Tibial Tuberosity Transposition and Anti-rotation Suture for Medial Patellar Luxation in 133 Small-breed Dogs
The effects of ascorbic acid on full-thickness skin wound healing in Dogs
A clinical case of male pseudohermaphroditism in a American Cocker Spaniel