P3P-1 Vibro-Acoustography: The Most Promising Approaches and Inferred Needs for Transducers and Arrays (Invited)

Abstract

Vibro-acoustography is an imaging modality that uses the dynamic radiation force of ultrasound to induce local oscillatory motion. Two ultrasound beams at slightly different frequencies, f<sub>0</sub> and f <sub>0</sub> + Df, are caused to intersect at the focus of the ultrasound beams and interfere to create a stress field that causes the tissue in the… (More)

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@article{Greenleaf2006P3P1VT, title={P3P-1 Vibro-Acoustography: The Most Promising Approaches and Inferred Needs for Transducers and Arrays (Invited)}, author={J. F. Greenleaf and Mostafa Fatemi and G. Silva and M. W. Urban}, journal={2006 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium}, year={2006}, pages={2322-2324} }