Peggy Palanchon

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The classification of circulating microemboli as gaseous or particulate matter is essential to establish the relevance of the detected embolic signals. Until now, Doppler techniques have failed to determine unambiguously the nature of circulating microemboli. Recently, a new approach based on the analysis of radio frequency (RF) signal and using the(More)
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