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Automatic error correction using adaptive weighting for vessel-based deformable image registration

Ren J, Green M, Huang X, Abdalbari

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):173-181.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0020-9
In this paper, we extend our previous work on deformable image registration to inhomogenous tissues. Inhomogenous tissues include the tissues with embedded tumors, which is common in clinical applications. It...
Simulation of an optimized technique based on DS-CDMA for simultaneous transmission of multichannel biosignals

Tchiotsop , Telem AN, Wolf D, Louis-Dorr V

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):153-171.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0018-3
Telemedicine is becoming increasingly, with applications in many areas of healthcare, such as home telecare of the elderly, diagnosis at a distance and robotic surgery. The simultaneous transmission of several...
Geometrical characterization of the cavitation bubble clouds produced by a clinical shock wave device

Choi MJ, Kang G, Huh JS

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):143-151.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0017-4
This study was to optically visualize the cavitation bubbles produced by a clinical shock wave and to look into their geometric features of the resulting cavitation bubbles in relation to...
A review of low-intensity focused ultrasound for neuromodulation

Baek H, Pahk KJ, Kim H

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):135-142.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-016-0007-y
The ability of ultrasound to be focused into a small region of interest through the intact skull within the brain has led researchers to investigate its potential therapeutic uses for...
Contrast-enhanced dual mode imaging: photoacoustic imaging plus more

Park S, Jung U, Lee S, Lee D, Kim C

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):121-133.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-016-0006-z
Conventional biomedical imaging modalities in wide clinical use, such as ultrasound imaging, X-ray computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography, can provide morphological, anatomical, and functional information about...
Biological effects of blood–brain barrier disruption using a focused ultrasound

Han M, Hur Y, Hwang J, Park J

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):115-120.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0025-4
With focused ultrasound (FUS) and microbubbles, BBB can be transiently disrupted with a localized and non-invasive approach. BBB disruption induced by FUS has made progressions to move forward on delivery...
Focused ultrasound treatment for central nervous system disease: neurosurgeon's perspectives

Chang WS, Chang JW

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):107-114.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0013-8
The concept of focused ultrasound (FUS) and its application in the field of medicine have been suggested since the mid-20th century. However, the clinical applications of this technique in central...
Clinical application of high-intensity focused ultrasound ablation for uterine fibroids

Kim YS

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):99-105.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0012-9
HIFU (high-intensity focused ultrasound) ablation is an emerging therapeutic modality that induces thermal coagulative necrosis of biological tissues by focusing high-energy ultrasound waves onto one small spot. This technique is...
Ultrasonic transducers for medical diagnostic imaging

Lee W, Roh Y

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):91-97.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0021-8
Over the past decades, ultrasound imaging technology has made tremendous progress in obtaining important diagnostic information from patients in a rapid, noninvasive manner. Although the technology has benefited from sophisticated...
Limitations and artifacts in shear-wave elastography of the liver

Bruce M, Kolokythas O, Ferraioli , Filice C, O'Donnell

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):81-89.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0028-1
Recent studies have shown that real-time, two-dimensional shear-wave elastography (2D-SWE) can monitor liver fibrosis by measuring tissue elasticity (i.e., elastic modulus). Two clinical studies of 2D-SWE in the liver have...
Advances in ultrasound elasticity imaging

Kwon SJ, Jeong MK

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):71-79.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0014-7
The most troublesome of ultrasonic B-mode imaging is the difficulty of accurately diagnosing cancers, benign tumors, and cysts because they appear similar to each other in B-mode images. The human...
Microbubbles used for contrast enhanced ultrasound and theragnosis: a review of principles to applications

Lee H, Kim H, Han H, Lee M, Lee S, Yoo H, Chang JH, Kim H

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):59-69.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0016-5
Ultrasound was developed several decades ago as a useful imaging modality, and it became the second most popular diagnostic tool due to its non-invasiveness, real-time capabilities, and safety. Additionally, ultrasound...
Ultrasound imaging and beyond: recent advances in medical ultrasound

Seo J, Kim YS

  • Biomed Eng Lett.
  • 2017 May;7(2):57-58.
  • doi: 10.1007/s13534-017-0030-7
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