Viscoelastic shear properties of in vivo breast lesions measured by MR elastography.

@article{Sinkus2005ViscoelasticSP,
  title={Viscoelastic shear properties of in vivo breast lesions measured by MR elastography.},
  author={Ralph Sinkus and Micka{\"e}l Tanter and Tanja Xydeas and Stefan Catheline and Jeremy Bercoff and Mathias Fink},
  journal={Magnetic resonance imaging},
  year={2005},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={159-65}
}
Elastography is a technique to assess the viscoelastic properties of tissue by measuring an acoustic wave propagating though the object. Here, the technique is applied in the course of standard MR mammography to 15 patients with different pathologies (six breast cancer cases, six fibroadenoma cases and three mastopathy cases). Low-frequency mechanical waves are coupled longitudinally into the tissue in order to obtain sufficient wave amplitude throughout the entire breast. This leads to the… CONTINUE READING
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