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Peter Frinking, PhD
Ultrasound Contrast Agents: Basic Principles and Imaging
Peter Frinking, PhD
12/11/2016 | Time : 12 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the role of CEUS, including imaging features and imaging techniques. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will list examples of anatomical and functional information that CEUS can provide, discuss important features of ultrasound contrast agents, such as bubble oscillation, resonance frequency and non-linear oscillation and examine contrast-specific imaging techniques used to manipulate non-linear oscillations.

Topics mentioned in this video : Why do we need US contrast agents?, US contrast agents, Bubble oscillation, Resonance frequency, Non-linear osscillation, Contrast-specific imaging techniques, Examples of real-time contrast imaging

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Keywords : bubble oscillation, CEUS, contrast enhanced ultrasound, mechanical index, MI, microbubble, non-linear oscillation, resonance frequency, SonoVue, ultrasound contrast agents

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