alexa "Sonoelasticity" images derived from ultrasound signals in mechanically vibrated tissues.
Physics

Physics

Journal of Lasers, Optics & Photonics

Author(s): Lerner RM, Huang SR, Parker KJ

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Abstract A method has been developed for detecting and imaging the relative "stiffness," or elasticity of tissues. Externally applied vibration at low frequencies (10-1000 Hz) is used to induce oscillations within soft tissues, and the motion is detected by Doppler ultrasound. The results are displayed in a format resembling conventional Doppler color flow mapping, and are termed "sonoelasticity images." Preliminary experiments indicate that these novel images may be useful for detecting hard tumors in the prostate, liver, breast, and other organs.
This article was published in Ultrasound Med Biol and referenced in Journal of Lasers, Optics & Photonics

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