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US 2022-11-29
Toyama Consortium of universities in toyama Approximation of blood flow velocity profile to pulsatile flow model for ultrasonic measurement of wall shear stress in stenotic site
Michiya Mozumi, Masaaki Omura, Ryo Nagaoka, Hideyuki Hasegawa (Univ. of Toyama) US2022-49
Wall shear stress (WSS) contains useful information for diagnosis of vascular diseases. The WSS estimated by ultrasound ... [more] US2022-49
US 2021-11-26
Online Online Study on estimation of speed of sound in propagation medium considering size of target scatterer
Shohei Mori, Mototaka Arakawa, Hiroshi Kanai (Tohoku Univ.) US2021-46
Speed of sound estimation in propagation medium of ultrasound is essential to improve an ultrasound imaging quality. In ... [more] US2021-46
US 2019-09-25
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Pulse wave imaging of abdominal aorta using high temporal resolution ultrasound measurement
Michiya Mozumi, Ryo Nagaoka, Hideyuki Hasegawa (Univ. of Toyama) US2019-51
An arteriosclerosis is a symptom of the aorta aneurysm, and it is important to detect the arteriosclerosis in the early ... [more] US2019-51
US 2016-06-10
Toyama Gofuku Campus, University of Toyama Development of Flexible Ultrasonic Array Probe with High Flexibility and Its Application
Yuusuke Tanaka, Hidekazu Hoshino, Daisuke Hirano, Akira Sakai, Yoshiaki Iwata, Yukio Ogura (Japan Probe) US2016-27
We have developed a flexible array probe with high flexibility. The flexible array probe was improved, it had a higher f... [more] US2016-27
US 2015-06-19
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Development of Flexible Ultrasonic Probe and Application for Medical Ultrasound
Yuusuke Tanaka, Hidekazu Hoshino, Mitsuyoshi Yoshida, Bun Ri, Akira Sakai, Daisuke Hirano, Yukio Ogura (Japan Probe) US2015-18
We developed a soft ultrasonic probe that was deformable for shape of the object. It was described about the observation... [more] US2015-18
US 2013-11-11
Ishikawa Kanazawa Inst. Tech. Adaptive 2-dimension Displacement Estimation on Medical Ultrasonography
Mariko Yamamoto, Shin Yoshizawa, Shin-ichiro Umemura (Tohoku Univ.) US2013-58
We have applied the minimum variance adaptive beamformer to displacement estimation in medical ultrasound imaging and sh... [more] US2013-58
US 2013-11-12
Ishikawa Kanazawa Inst. Tech. Study on ultrasonic power standard by NMIJ -- Radiation force balance and calorimteirc methods --
Takeyoshi Uchida, Tsuneo Kikuchi (AIST) US2013-65
At NMIJ, national standards of ultrasonic power standard, ultrasonic pressure standard and ultrasonic filed parameters h... [more] US2013-65
MI 2013-07-19
Miyagi   A Study of a High-Accuracy Ultrasound Contrast Agent Detection Method for Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging Systems
Koichi Ito, Kazumasa Noro, Yukari Yanagisawa, Maya Sakamoto, Shiro Mori (Tohoku Univ.), Kiyoto Shiga (Iwate Medical Univ.), Tetsuya Kodama, Takafumi Aoki (Tohoku Univ.) MI2013-31
This paper presents a high-accuracy microbubble detection method for diagnostic ultrasound imaging systems. The conventi... [more] MI2013-31
Kyoto Kambaikan, Doshisha Univ. A Study on Speckle Suppression By Transmitting Multiple Ultrasound Beams with Random Fluctuations
Haruka Suzuki, Norio Tagawa, Kan Okubo (Tokyo Metro. Univ.) US2012-91
Speckle suppression methods can be roughly divided into three categories:
the first one is based on the statistical ch... [more]
US 2011-09-26
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. System flexibility of medical ultrasound equipment
Takaya Uno (Hitachi Aloka Medical,Ltd.) US2011-49
Commercial Medical Ultrasound Equipment is combined hardware and software very complexly. Thus, many researchers cannot ... [more] US2011-49
US 2011-02-21
Ibaraki   Accuracy analysis of echo amplitude distribution model for fibrotic liver
Yu Igarashi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Tadashi Yamaguchi (Chiba Univ.), Hiroyuki Hachiya (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) US2010-113
We have presented a new analysis method of the echo signal for the purpose of the quantitative estimation of the liver f... [more] US2010-113
Osaka   Analysis of ultrasonic image of liver diseases using co-occurrence matrix.
Yuki Tanaka, Yu Igarashi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Tadashi Yamaguchi (Chiba Univ.), Hiroyuki Hachiya (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) US2009-105
Since the clinical diagnosis depends on the skill of the doctor, quantitative diagnosis method using ultrasonic echo sig... [more] US2009-105
US 2009-11-27
Shizuoka Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu Campus A quantitative estimation method of liver fibrosis based on combination of Rayleigh distributions
Yu Igarashi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Hiroshi Eduka, Tadashi Yamaguchi (Chiba Univ.), Hiroyuki Hachiya (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) US2009-76
Since the clinical diagnosis using ultrasonic B-mode image is dependent on the skill of the doctor, the realization of t... [more] US2009-76
ICD, ITE-IST 2009-10-01
Tokyo CIC Tokyo (Tamachi) [Invited Talk] Integrated MEMS and Biomedical MEMS
Masayoshi Esashi (Tohoku Univ.) ICD2009-44
Integrated MEMS have been effectively applied for capacitive sensors by integrating capacitance detection circuits and f... [more] ICD2009-44
US 2009-05-29
Tokyo   Calorimetric Method for Ultrasonic High Power Primary Standard
Tsuneo Kikuchi, Takeyoshi Uchida (AIST) US2009-12
In this paper, we propose a calorimetric method for calibrating ultrasonic powers higher than 20 W. This method is an al... [more] US2009-12
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