Speckle tracking in high frequency ultrasound images with application to intravascular imaging

@inproceedings{Ryan1993SpeckleTI,
  title={Speckle tracking in high frequency ultrasound images with application to intravascular imaging},
  author={L. K. Ryan and G. Lockwood and T. Bloomfield and F. Foster},
  year={1993}
}
Speckle tracking calibration studies have been performed using a 42 MHz intravascular imaging probe in order to investigate the potential of correlation based speckle tracking techniques for detecting small differential displacements in intravascular ultrasound images. Serial images were acquired of a tissue phantom material subjected to incremental displacements produced by a two-axis motion stage. Tracking performance was best for displacements in the axial beam direction over the range of 0… Expand
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