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Elastography: A Quantitative Method for Imaging the Elasticity of Biological Tissues
We describe a new method for quantitative imaging of strain and elastic modulus distributions in soft tissues. The method is based on external tissue compression, with subsequent computation of theExpand
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Resonance Raman Spectroscopy at 257 nm Excitation of Normal and Malignant Cultured Breast and Cervical Cells
The sensitivity and selectivity of UV-excited resonance Raman spectroscopy indicate that this technique may be useful in studying certain biochemical changes in cells, especially changes in DNA thatExpand
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A transaxial compression technique (TACT) for localized pulse-echo estimation of sound speed in biological tissues.
We describe a new method for the estimation of the speed of sound in soft tissues in the pulse-echo mode. A transducer imparts an accurate transaxial compression to the tissue, and the correspondingExpand
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Combined ultrasound and fluorescence spectroscopy for physico-chemical imaging of atherosclerosis
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A combined ultrasonic and spectroscopic system for remotely obtaining physico-chemical images of normal arterial tissue and atherosclerotic plaque. Expand
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Optimization of speed-of-sound estimation from noisy ultrasonic signals
The effects of prefiltering and the choice of time-delay estimators and statistical data reduction techniques on the precision of speed-of-sound estimation were investigated using the beam-trackingExpand
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Correlation artifacts in speed of sound estimation in scattering media.
A recently described method for speed of sound estimation in tissues in pulse-echo mode involves reception of echoes generated by an ultrasonic pulse by means of a linearly tracking transducer. WhenExpand
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Correction of refraction and other angle errors in beam tracking speed of sound estimations using multiple tracking transducers.
The beam tracking approach to the estimation of the speed of sound has shown potential for making unbiased estimates in tissues. The speed of sound in a medium can be found from the arrival times ofExpand
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A Single Transducer Transaxial Compression Technique for the Estimation of Sound Speed in Biological Tissues
In this paper we report an extension to the TACT method for the estimation of sound speed with a single transducer to any depth. This method is based on the hypothesis that the displacement of theExpand
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A single transducer transaxial compression technique for the estimation of sound speed in biological tissues.
In this paper we report an extension to the TACT method for the estimation of sound speed with a single transducer to any depth. This method is based on the hypothesis that the displacement of theExpand
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A Transaxial Compression Technique (TACT) for Localized Pulse-Echo Estimation of Sound Speed in Biological Tissues
We describe a new method for the estimation of the speed of sound in soft tissues in the pulseecho mode. A transducer imparts an accurate transaxial compression to the tissue, and the correspondingExpand
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