Model validation for a noninvasive arterial stenosis detection problem.

  title={Model validation for a noninvasive arterial stenosis detection problem.},
  author={H. T. Banks and Shuhua Hu and Zackary R. Kenz and Carola Kruse and Simon Shaw and John R. Whiteman and Mark Brewin and Stephen E. Greenwald and Malcolm J. Birch},
  journal={Mathematical biosciences and engineering : MBE},
  volume={11 3},
A current thrust in medical research is the development of a non-invasive method for detection, localization, and characterization of an arterial stenosis (a blockage or partial blockage in an artery). A method has been proposed to detect shear waves in the chest cavity which have been generated by disturbances in the blood flow resulting from a stenosis. In order to develop this methodology further, we use one-dimensional shear wave experimental data from novel acoustic phantoms to validate a… CONTINUE READING
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