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Absorption and scatter of encapsulated gas filled microspheres: theoretical considerations and some measurements.
Characterization of plaque components with intravascular ultrasound elastography in human femoral and coronary arteries in vitro.
- C. D. de Korte, G. Pasterkamp, A. V. D. van der Steen, H. Woutman, N. Bom
- 8 August 2000
Different strain values are found between fibrous, fibro-fatty, and fatty plaque components, indicating the potential of intravascular elastography to distinguish different plaque morphologies.
B-mode ultrasound assessment of pravastatin treatment effect on carotid and femoral artery walls and its correlations with coronary arteriographic findings: a report of the Regression Growth…
Morphological and mechanical information of coronary arteries obtained with intravascular elastography; feasibility study in vivo.
In vivo intravascular elastography is feasible during interventional catheterization procedures, and significantly higher strain values were found in non-calcified plaques than in calcifying plaques.
Detection and characterization of vascular lesions by intravascular ultrasound: an in vitro study correlated with histology.
Principles and recent developments in ultrasound contrast agents.
Characterization of plaque components and vulnerability with intravascular ultrasound elastography.
In vivo experiments revealed that reproducible elastograms could be obtained near end-diastole and partial validation using the echogram was performed, revealing the potential of intravascular elastography to identify different plaque types based on their mechanical properties.
Noninvasive measurement of the hydrostatic pressure in a fluid-filled cavity based on the disappearance time of micrometer-sized free gas bubbles.
Comparison with computed tomography of two ultrasound devices for diagnosis of abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Prediction of restenosis after coronary balloon angioplasty. Results of PICTURE (Post-IntraCoronary Treatment Ultrasound Result Evaluation), a prospective multicenter intracoronary ultrasound imaging…
Qualitative ICUS parameters after PTCA did not predict restenosis, and a larger lumen and vessel area and a smaller plaque area by ICUS were associated with a larger angiographic minimal lumen diameter at follow-up, but these parameters were not significantly related to categorical restenotic.