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The effect of cortical bone mineralization in ultrasound axial transmission: On the possibility of fracture healing monitoring

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5 Author(s)
Machado, C.B. ; Lab. d''Imagerie Parametrique, Univ. Paris 6, Paris, France ; Pereira, W.C.A. ; Talmant, M. ; Padilla, F.
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The present work aims at studying the effect of cortical bone mineralization on ultrasound axial transmission (UAT) measurements, using experiments and numerical simulations. To this end, a reverse fracture healing approach is proposed, using an in vitro bovine femur sample. A demineralization protocol was applied, and the time-of-flight of the wave propagating in axial transmission measured. Numerical simulations of the experimental situation were also implemented. Mineralization degree may influence ultrasound measurements, and it may be a promising tool for fracture healing assessment.

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Health Care Exchanges (PAHCE), 2011 Pan American

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March 28 2011-April 1 2011

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