The use of cross-correlation analysis between high-frequency ultrasound images to measure longitudinal median nerve movement.

Abstract

Impaired nerve movement can lead to nerve injury (e.g., carpal tunnel syndrome). A noninvasive method to measure nerve movement in longitudinal section would enable an extensive analysis of nerve entrapment syndromes. A method has been developed using cross-correlation between successive high-frequency ultrasound (US) images to measure longitudinal movement… (More)

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@article{Dilley2001TheUO, title={The use of cross-correlation analysis between high-frequency ultrasound images to measure longitudinal median nerve movement.}, author={Andrew Dilley and James Greening and Brittany Lynn and R. Leary and Vic J. Morris}, journal={Ultrasound in medicine & biology}, year={2001}, volume={27 9}, pages={1211-8} }