Ultrasonic study of in vivo kinetic characteristics of human tissues.

@article{Tristam1986UltrasonicSO,
  title={Ultrasonic study of in vivo kinetic characteristics of human tissues.},
  author={M. Tristam and D. C. Barbosa and D. Cosgrove and D. Nassiri and J. Bamber and C. R. Hill},
  journal={Ultrasound in medicine \& biology},
  year={1986},
  volume={12 12},
  pages={
          927-37
        }
}
A method is described for quantifying tissue movement in vivo from the computation of correlation coefficient between pairs of A-scans with appropriate time separation. The method yields quantifiable and repeatable secondary patterns of soft tissue movement in response to primary cardiac movement in a given subject, shows consistently different results as between normal livers and a variety of abdominal tumours, and is sensitive to either progress or therapeutically-induced regression of… Expand
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