Transmission Imaging with Incoherent Ultrasound
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Ultrasonic imaging methods have found wide acceptance in medical diagnosis. Commercially available systems apply echography by usually measuring the backscattered energy of short ultrasonic pulses.
KeywordsPiezoelectric Transducer Transmission Image Imaging Lens Aspherical Lens Coherent Transmission
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