R Brooke Jeffrey

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  • Carotid disease: Automated analysis with cardiac-gated three-dimensional US - Technique and preliminary results RADIOLOGY Napel, S., Xu, H. B., Paik, D. S., Ross, B. A., Sumanaweera, T. S., Hossack, J. A., Jeffrey, R. B. 2002; 222 (2): 560-563


    Automatic analysis was performed of four-dimensional ultrasonographic (US) data in the carotid artery. The data, which were acquired in 31 subjects (eight healthy volunteers and 23 patients) by using a US scanner fitted with a special probe, were successfully processed. Acquisition time averaged 12 minutes. Data for all healthy volunteers (n = 8) and patients with complete occlusions (n = 3) were correctly classified. Data for two of the 12 patients with mild to severe (but not occlusive) disease were misclassified by one category.

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