11C-5 Characterization of Time-Varying Mechanical Viscoelastic Parameters of Mimicking Deep Vein Thrombi with 2D Dynamic Elastography

@article{Schmitt200711C5CO,
  title={11C-5 Characterization of Time-Varying Mechanical Viscoelastic Parameters of Mimicking Deep Vein Thrombi with 2D Dynamic Elastography},
  author={C{\'e}dric Schmitt and A. H. Henni and Guy Cloutier},
  journal={2007 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium Proceedings},
  year={2007},
  pages={1009-1012}
}
Staging mechanical properties of deep vein thrombi (elasticity and viscosity) can be of importance for therapy planning because the compactness of a blood clot impacts the efficiency of thrombolysis drugs. This article proposes the dynamic vascular elastography (DVE) method to solve this problem. It consists to retrieve viscoelastic parameters of 8-mm diameter blood clot cylindrical inclusions from shear wave propagation characteristics. The technique firstly implies the generation of a low… CONTINUE READING

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