Real time 3D ultrasound imaging of the brain

Abstract

We tested the feasibility of real time 3D ultrasound imaging in the brain with a 2.5 MHz 2D array using a Volumetrics Model 1 scanner. In a human subject, the scans produced simultaneous transcranial axial, coronal and saggital image planes and real time volume rendered images of the gross anatomy of the brain. In a transcranial sheep model we obtained real… (More)

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@article{Ivancevich2004RealT3, title={Real time 3D ultrasound imaging of the brain}, author={N. M. Ivancevich and K. K. Chu and J. D. Dahl and E. Light and G. E. Trahey and Farouk S. Idriss and P. Wolf and E. G. Dixon-Tulloch and S. Smith}, journal={IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, 2004}, year={2004}, volume={1}, pages={110-113 Vol.1} }