Katrin Brauer

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INTRODUCTION Shear wave elastography is a new method of obtaining quantitative tissue elasticity data during breast ultrasound examinations. The aims of this study were (1) to determine the reproducibility of shear wave elastography (2) to correlate the elasticity values of a series of solid breast masses with histological findings and (3) to compare shear(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to assess the performance of shear wave elastography combined with BI-RADS classification of greyscale ultrasound images for benign/malignant differentiation in a large group of patients. METHODS One hundred and seventy-five consecutive patients with solid breast masses on routine ultrasonography undergoing(More)
Zone – a model derived from anisotropy of seismic wave velocities,topic evidence (3He/4He, 13CCO2) of fluid-triggered intraplate seismicity, Depth variation of seismic anisotropy and petrology in central European lithosphere: A tectonothermal synthesis from spinel lherzolite,mic anisotropy and velocity variations in the mantle beneath the(More)
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