Combined passive detection and ultrafast active imaging of cavitation events induced by short pulses of high-intensity ultrasound

@article{Gateau2011CombinedPD,
  title={Combined passive detection and ultrafast active imaging of cavitation events induced by short pulses of high-intensity ultrasound},
  author={Jex0301rox0302me Gateau and Jean-François Aubry and Mathieu Pernot and Mathias Fink and Mickaex0308l Tanter},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control},
  year={2011},
  volume={58}
}
The activation of natural gas nuclei to induce larger bubbles is possible using short ultrasonic excitations of high amplitude, and is required for ultrasound cavitation therapies. However, little is known about the distribution of nuclei in tissues. Therefore, the acoustic pressure level necessary to generate bubbles in a targeted zone and their exact location are currently difficult to predict. To monitor the initiation of cavitation activity, a novel all-ultrasound technique sensitive to… CONTINUE READING
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