The development of three-dimensional ultrasound has led to entire tissue volumes being imaged. Such imaging, now even being performed with two-dimensional arrays, provides more information for diagnostic purposes. Therefore, exploration of contrast imaging in three-dimensions is needed to determine potential benefits in clinical use.... USA) with a 3.75 MHz (PVN-375AT) transducer in harmonic mode (power setting of P6 giving a MI=0.2 with a frame rate ... A GE Logiq 9 scanner (General Electric Healthcare, Milwaukee, WI, USA) with a 7L transducer in CPI (coded phaseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Perfusion Estimation in Volumetric Imaging of Contrast Agents|
|Author||:||Nelson G. Chen|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|