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Potential of MRI and Ultrasound Radiation Force in Elastography: Applications to Diagnosis and Therapy

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Sinkus, R. ; Ecole Superieure de Phys. et de Chilie Ind., Paris ; Tanter, M. ; Bercoff, J. ; Siegmann, K.
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Elastography has many exciting new areas of application in the domains of diagnosis and therapy. We present in this overview the current gold standard given by MR elastography, which uses a full three-dimensional approach to solve locally for the unknown complex shear modulus at one frequency. Clinical results for benign and malignant breast lesions are shown. Less rigorous in terms of data completeness, but significantly faster and easier to apply, we introduce the ultrasound-based supersonic shear imaging technique, which uses acoustic radiation force to generate inside the medium planar shear waves. Subsequent ultrafast imaging of the propagating shear wave allows one to recuperate detailed time-of-flight maps of in-vivo breast lesions. Lastly, we present initial results for using magnetic resonance imaging and acoustic radiation force together for high-intensity focused ultrasound interventions.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:96 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 2008

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