A novel approach for quantification and analysis of the color Doppler twinkling artifact with application in noninvasive surface roughness characterization: an in vitro phantom study.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES The twinkling artifact is an undesired phenomenon within color Doppler sonograms that usually appears at the site of internal calcifications. Since the appearance of the twinkling artifact is correlated with the roughness of the calculi, noninvasive roughness estimation of the internal stones may be considered as a potential twinkling artifact… (More)
DOI: 10.7863/ultra.33.4.597

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