R Brooke Jeffrey

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  • Tissue harmonic imaging techniques: Physical principles and clinical applications SEMINARS IN ULTRASOUND CT AND MRI Desser, T. S., Jeffrey, R. B. 2001; 22 (1): 1-10

    Abstract:

    Tissue harmonic imaging (THI) is a new gray-scale sonographic technique that improves image clarity. Harmonics form within the insonated tissue as a consequence of nonlinear sound propagation. Imaging with endogenously formed harmonics means that the distorting layer of the body wall is traversed only once by the harmonic beam--during echo reception. Both image contrast and lateral resolution are improved in harmonic mode compared with conventional (fundamental mode) sonography. This article summarizes the physics and various implementations of harmonic imaging mode, and reviews the clinical applications that have emerged to date.

    View details for DOI 10.1053/sult.2001.20872

    View details for Web of Science ID 000167475600002

    View details for PubMedID 11300583

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