Attenuation Measurement with Transmitted and Reflected Ultrasound - A Comparison of Different Methods

@inproceedings{Weisser1992AttenuationMW,
  title={Attenuation Measurement with Transmitted and Reflected Ultrasound - A Comparison of Different Methods},
  author={G. Weisser and Michael C. Fein and Ivan Zuna and Anne Katrin Lorenz and Walter J. Lorenz},
  year={1992}
}
  • G. Weisser, Michael C. Fein, +2 authors Walter J. Lorenz
  • Published 1992
  • Materials Science
  • Ultrasonic attenuation is considered a characteristic parameter of the interaction between sound and tissue. It has been measured via many different techniques particularly in the liver. Problems of ultrasonic attenuation measurement are the instability of the resulting parameters and the fundamental question whether in vitro results (measured with transmitted ultrasound) are relevant to in vivo investigations (measured with reflected ultrasound) [1–3]. In this study we performed in-vitro… CONTINUE READING

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