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Longitudinal movements and resulting shear strain of the arterial wall.
- M. Cinthio, Å. R. Ahlgren, Jonas Bergkvist, T. Jansson, H. Persson, K. Lindström
- Medicine, Biology
- American journal of physiology. Heart and…
- 1 July 2006
There has been little interest in the longitudinal movement of the arterial wall. It has been assumed that this movement is negligible compared with the diameter change. Using a new high-resolution… Expand
A new non‐invasive ultrasonic method for simultaneous measurements of longitudinal and radial arterial wall movements: first in vivo trial
- M. Persson, A. Rydén Ahlgren, T. Jansson, A. Eriksson, Hans W. Persson, K. Lindström
- Clinical physiology and functional imaging
- 1 September 2003
During recent years, the radial movement of the arterial wall has been extensively studied, and measurements of the radial movement are now an important tool in cardiovascular research for… Expand
Using surrogate models and response surfaces in structural optimization – with application to crashworthiness design and sheet metal forming
The aim of this paper is to determine if the Space Mapping technique using surrogate models together with response surfaces is useful in the optimization of crashworthiness and sheet metal forming.… Expand
A method for arterial diameter change measurements using ultrasonic B-mode data.
- M. Cinthio, T. Jansson, Å. R. Ahlgren, K. Lindström, H. Persson
- Ultrasound in medicine & biology
- 1 September 2010
Arterial diameter change is related to distending blood pressure and is used in estimation of arterial stiffness parameters. A common technique to track the arterial walls is by integration of wall… Expand
Changes in regional fetal cerebral blood flow perfusion in relation to hemodynamic deterioration in severely growth-restricted fetuses.
- E. Hernández‐Andrade, H. Figueroa-Diesel, T. Jansson, H. Rangel-Nava, E. Gratacós
- Ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology : the…
- 1 July 2008
OBJECTIVES To study regional cerebral blood perfusion with power Doppler ultrasound (PDU) imaging in appropriate-for-gestational age (AGA) fetuses and those with intrauterine growth restriction… Expand
Phase-locked magnetomotive ultrasound imaging of superparamagnetic iron-oxide nanoparticles
- M. Holst, M. Cinthio, S. Fredriksson, F. Olsson, H. Persson, T. Jansson
- IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium
- 1 October 2010
It has recently been shown that superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIO-NP) can be used as ultrasound contrast agents, by moving the particles using a time-varying external magnetic field… Expand
Combined Magnetomotive ultrasound, PET/CT, and MR imaging of 68Ga-labelled superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in rat sentinel lymph nodes in vivo
Current methods for intra-surgical guidance to localize metastases at cancer surgery are based on radioactive tracers that cause logistical challenges. We propose the use of a novel ultrasound-based… Expand
Non-invasive measurement of arterial longitudinal movement
- M. Persson, A. Rydén Ahlgren, A. Eriksson, T. Jansson, H. Persson, Krister Lindstrom
- IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, . Proceedings.
- 8 October 2002
In arterial vessel wall characterisation the longitudinal movements of vessels have gained little or no attention. It has been presumed that the arterial vessels move very little in the longitudinal… Expand
Quantitative tissue echogenicity of the neonatal brain assessed by ultrasound imaging.
- N. Padilla, G. Enríquez, T. Jansson, E. Gratacós, E. Hernandez-Andrade
- Ultrasound in medicine & biology
- 1 September 2009
The aim of this study was to propose a method for measuring the echogenicity of several neonatal brain structures for quantitative interpretation of ultrasound images. To do this, 40 preterm neonates… Expand
Movement artefact suppression in blood perfusion measurements using a multifrequency technique.
The standard way of suppressing movement artefacts in Doppler measurements is by means of a high-pass filter. This is because artefacts usually are of high amplitude, but have low frequencies. The… Expand