Investigation of intracranial media ultrasonic monitoring model.

  title={Investigation of intracranial media ultrasonic monitoring model.},
  author={Vytautas Petkus and Arminas Ragauskas and Rytis Jurkonis},
  volume={40 1-8},
The objectives are to investigate the peculiarities of the ultrasound pulse propagation through human extra/intracranial media by mathematical simulation and to confirm the simulation results experimentally by proving the suitability of the ultrasonic time-of-flight measurement method for human intracranial media (IM) physiological non-invasive monitoring. The mathematical model of ultrasound pulse propagation through the human extra/intracranial media is described. The simulation of various… CONTINUE READING

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