High Frequency Acoustic Properties of Tumor Tissue
Ultrasonic tissue characterization of tumor tissue is important for two reasons; first that the acoustic parameters provide the physical mechanical properties not determinable by for example, optical microscopy, and second that such data provides information for understanding echographic imaging.
KeywordsGastric Cancer Renal Cell Carcinoma Sound Speed Acoustic Property Gastric Cancer Tissue
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