Measurement of tendon velocities using vector tissue Doppler imaging and curved M-mode in patients with cerebral palsy

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We have developed two ultrasound-based methods, vector tissue Doppler imaging (vTDI) and curved M-mode (cMM), to directly quantify the magnitude of muscle and tendon velocities. The goal of this study was to investigate the repeatability of the vTDI and cMM system in measuring tendon velocities in vivo and cross validate between these two independent… (More)

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