Phase-aberration correction with a 3-D ultrasound scanner: feasibility study

@article{Ivancevich2006PhaseaberrationCW,
  title={Phase-aberration correction with a 3-D ultrasound scanner: feasibility study},
  author={N. M. Ivancevich and J. J. Dahl and G. E. Trahey and S. W. Smith},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control},
  year={2006},
  volume={53},
  pages={1432-1439}
}
We tested the feasibility of using adaptive imaging, namely phase-aberration correction, with two-dimensional (2-D) arrays and real-time, 3-D ultrasound. Because of the high spatial frequency content of aberrators, 2-D arrays, which generally have smaller pitch and thus higher spatial sampling frequency, and 3-D imaging show potential to improve the performance of adaptive imaging. Phase-correction algorithms improve image quality by compensating for tissue-induced errors in beamforming. Using… CONTINUE READING
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