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A pulsating coronary vessel phantom for two- and three-dimensional intravascular ultrasound studies

Author
NADKARNI, Seemantini K1 2 ; AUSTIN, Hillary1 ; MILLS, Greg1 ; BOUGHNER, Derek1 2 3 ; FENSTER, Aaron1 2
[1] Imaging Research laboratories, The John P. Robarts Research Institute, London, Ontario, Canada
[2] Department of Medical Biophysics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
[3] London Health Sciences Centre, University Campus, London, Ontario, Canada
Source

Ultrasound in medicine & biology. 2003, Vol 29, Num 4, pp 621-628, 8 p ; ref : 32 ref

CODEN
USMBA3
ISSN
0301-5629
Scientific domain
Biomedical engineering; Imagery
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam
Publication country
Netherlands
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Artère coronaire Echographie Homme Image tridimensionnelle Intraluminal Pulsation Exploration ultrason
Keyword (en)
Coronary artery Echography Human Tridimensional image Intraluminal Pulse Sonography
Keyword (es)
Arteria coronaria Ecografía Hombre Imagen tridimensional Intraluminal Pulsación Exploración ultrasonido
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B24 Investigative techniques, diagnostic techniques (general aspects) / 002B24C Ultrasonic investigative techniques / 002B24C01 Cardiovascular system

Discipline
Scanning and diagnostic techniques
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
14770715

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