Potential pitfalls of strain rate imaging: angle dependency.

@article{Castro2000PotentialPO,
  title={Potential pitfalls of strain rate imaging: angle dependency.},
  author={Peter L Castro and Neil L. Greenberg and Jeannie K Drinko and Mario J. Garcia and James D. Thomas},
  journal={Biomedical sciences instrumentation},
  year={2000},
  volume={36},
  pages={197-202}
}
Strain Rate Imaging (SRI) is a new echocardiographic technique that allows for the real-time determination of myocardial SR, which may be used for the early and accurate detection of coronary artery disease. We sought to study whether SR is affected by scan line alignment in a computer simulation and an in vivo experiment. Through the computer simulation and the in vivo experiment we generated and validated safe scanning sectors within the ultrasound scan sector and showed that while SRI will… CONTINUE READING

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