Intravascular elasticity imaging using ultrasound: feasibility studies in phantoms.

@article{Korte1997IntravascularEI,
  title={Intravascular elasticity imaging using ultrasound: feasibility studies in phantoms.},
  author={Chris L. de Korte and E I Ignacio C{\'e}spedes and Antonius van der Steen and Charles T. Lanc{\'e}e},
  journal={Ultrasound in medicine & biology},
  year={1997},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={735-46}
}
A technique is described for measuring the local hardness of the vessel wall and atheroma using intravascular ultrasound. Strain images were constructed using the relative local displacements, which are estimated from the time shifts between gated echo signals acquired at two levels of intravascular pressure. Time shifts were estimated using one-dimensional correlation with bandlimited interpolation around the peak. Tissue-mimicking phantoms with typical morphology and hardness topology of some… CONTINUE READING

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