Dual-frequency acoustic droplet vaporization detection for medical imaging


Liquid-filled perfluorocarbon droplets emit a unique acoustic signature when vaporized into gas-filled microbubbles using ultrasound. Here, we conducted a pilot study in a tissue-mimicking flow phantom to explore the spatial aspects of droplet vaporization and investigate the effects of applied pressure and droplet concentration on image contrast and axial… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TUFFC.2014.006883

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@article{Arena2015DualfrequencyAD, title={Dual-frequency acoustic droplet vaporization detection for medical imaging}, author={Christopher B. Arena and Anthony Novell and Paul S. Sheeran and Connor Puett and Linsey C. Moyer and Paul A. Dayton}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control}, year={2015}, volume={62}, pages={1623-1633} }