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Washington, DC, 3/26/06Washington University in St. Louis In Vivo Change in UltrasonicIn Vivo Change in Ultrasonic
 

Summary: Washington, DC, 3/26/06Washington University in St. Louis
In Vivo Change in UltrasonicIn Vivo Change in Ultrasonic
Backscattered Energy withBackscattered Energy with
Temperature in MotionTemperature in Motion--CompensatedCompensated
ImagesImages
R. Martin ArthurR. Martin Arthur11, Jason W. Trobaugh, Jason W. Trobaugh11,,
William L. StraubeWilliam L. Straube22, Jesse, Jesse ParryParry22,, YuzhengYuzheng
GuoGuo11,, and Eduardo G. Morosand Eduardo G. Moros33
11Electrical & Systems EngineeringElectrical & Systems Engineering
22Radiation OncologyRadiation Oncology
Washington University in St. Louis.Washington University in St. Louis.
St. Louis, MO, 63130, USASt. Louis, MO, 63130, USA
33Radiation Oncology, University of ArkansasRadiation Oncology, University of Arkansas
Supported by NIH Grants R21 CA90531, R01 CA107558 and the
Wilkinson Trust at Washington University
Washington, DC, 3/26/06R. M. Arthur 2 of 16Washington University in St. Louis
Objective of UltrasonicObjective of Ultrasonic
ThermometryThermometry
To develop a method to produce 3D
temperature maps in soft tissue

  

Source: Arthur, R. Martin - Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Engineering