Ultrasound Elastography for Biomedical Applications and Medicine. Wiley Series in Acoustics Noise and Vibration

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  • 600 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Ultrasound Elastography for Biomedical Applications and Medicine

Ivan Z. Nenadic, Matthew W. Urban, James F. Greenleaf, Mayo Clinic Ultrasound Research Laboratory, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, USA

Jean–Luc Gennisson, Miguel Bernal, Mickael Tanter, Institut Langevin Ondes et Images, ESPCI ParisTech CNRS, France

Covers all major developments and techniques of Ultrasound Elastography and biomedical applications

The field of ultrasound elastography has developed various techniques with the potential to diagnose and track the progression of diseases such as breast and thyroid cancer, liver and kidney fibrosis, congestive heart failure, and atherosclerosis. Having emerged in the last decade, ultrasound elastography is a medical imaging modality that can noninvasively measure and map the elastic and viscous properties of soft tissues.

Ultrasound Elastography for Biomedical Applications and Medicine covers the basic physics of ultrasound wave propagation and the interaction of ultrasound with various media. The book introduces tissue elastography, covers the history of the field, details the various methods that have been developed by research groups across the world, and describes its novel applications, particularly in shear wave elastography.

Key features:

  • Covers all major developments and techniques of ultrasound elastography and biomedical applications.
  • Contributions from the pioneers of the field secure the most complete coverage of ultrasound elastography available.

The book is essential reading for researchers and engineers working in ultrasound and elastography, as well as biomedical engineering students and those working in the field of biomechanics.

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Chapter I: Editors IntroductionIvan Nenadic, Matthew W. Urban, James F. Greenleaf, Jean–Luc Gennisson, Miguel Bernal, Mickaël Tanter

Chapter 2.Theory of Ultrasound Physics and ImagingRoberto Lavarello and Michael L Oelze

Chapter 3: Elastography and the Continuum of Tissue ResponseKevin J. Parker

Chapter 4: Ultrasonic Methods for Assessment of Tissue Motion in ElastographyJingfeng Jiang, Bo Peng

Chapter 5 : Continuum Mechanics Tensor Calculus and Solutions to Wave EquationsLuiz Vasconcelos, Jean–Luc Gennisson, Ivan Z. Nenadic

Chapter 6 :Transverse wave propagation in anisotropic mediaJean–Luc Gennisson

Chapter 7 :Transverse Wave Propagation in Bounded MediaJavier Brum 

Chapter 8 :Rheological model–based methods for estimating tissue viscoelasticityJean–Luc Gennisson 

Chapter 9 :Wave propagation in viscoelastic materialsYue Wang, Michael F. Insana 

Chapter 10 :Validation of quantitative linear and nonlinear compression elastographyJean Francois Dord, Sevan Goenezen, Assad A Oberai, Paul E Barbone, Jingfeng Jiang, Timothy J Hall, Theo Pavan 

Chapter 11 : Cardiac strain and strain rate imagingBrecht Heyde, Oana Mirea, Jan D hooge 

Chapter 12 :Vascular and Intravascular ElastographyMarvin M. Doyley 

Chapter 13 :Viscoelastic creep imagingCarolina Amador Carrascal 

Chapter 14: Intrinsic Cardiovascular Wave and Strain ImagingElisa Konofagou 

Chapter 15: Dynamic Elasticity ImagingKevin J. Parker 

Chapter 16: Harmonic Shear Wave ElastographyHeng Zhao 

Chapter 17 :Vibro–acoustography and its Medical ApplicationsAzra Alizad and Mostafa Fatemi 

Chapter 18 Harmonic Motion ImagingElisa Konofagou 

Chapter 19:Shearwave Dispersion Ultrasound VibrometryPengfei Song and Shigao Chen 

Chapter 20 :Transient Elastography: from research to non–invasive assessment of liver fibrosis using FibroscanLaurent Sandrin, Magali Sasso, Stéphane Audière, Cécile Bastard, Céline Fournier, Jennifer Oudry, Véronique Miette, Stefan Catheline

Chapter 21:From time reversal to natural shear wave imagingStefan Catheline 

Chapter 22 Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse (ARFI) UltrasoundTomasz J. Czernuszewicz and Caterina M. Gallippi

Chapter 23:Supersonic Shear ImagingJean–Luc Gennisson and Mickaël Tanter

Chapter 24 Title: Single Tracking Location Shear Wave ElastographyStephen A. McAleavey

Chapter 25 Comb–push Ultrasound Shear ElastographyPengfei Song and Shigao Chen

Chapter 26 Anisotropic Shear Wave ElastographySara Aristizabal

Chapter 27 Application of Guided Waves for Quantifying Elasticity and Viscoelasticity of Boundary Sensitive OrgansSara Aristizabal, Matthew W. Urban, Luiz Vasconcelos, Benjamin Wood, Miguel Bernal, Javier Brum, Ivan Z. Nenadic

Chapter 28 Model–Free Techniques for Estimating Tissue ViscoelasticityDaniel Escobar, Luiz Vasconcelos, Carolina Amador Carrascal, Ivan Z. Nenadic 

Chapter 29 Nonlinear shear elasticityJean–Luc Gennisson and Sara Aristizabal 

Chapter 30 Current and Future Clinical Applications of Elasticity Imaging TechniquesMatthew W. Urban 

Chapter 31: Abdominal Applications of Shearwave Ultrasound Vibrometry and Supersonic Shear ImagingPengfei Song and Shigao Chen 

Chapter 32: Acoustic Radiation Force–Based Ultrasound Elastography for Cardiac Imaging ApplicationsStephanie A. Eyerly, Maryam Vejdani–Jahromi, Vaibhav Kakkad, Peter Hollender, David Bradway,  Gregg Trahey 

Chapter 33: Cardiovascular Application of Shear Wave ElastographyPengfei Song and Shigao Chen 

Chapter 34: Musculoskeletal Applications of Supersonic Shear ImagingJean–Luc Gennisson 

Chapter 35: Breast Shear Wave ElastographyAzra Alizad 

Chapter 36: Thyroid Shear Wave ElastographyAzra Alizad 

Chapter 37: Historical Growth of Ultrasound Elastography and Directions for the FutureArmen Sarvazyan and Matthew W. Urban

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Ivan Z. Nenadic
Matthew W. Urban
Jean–Luc Gennisson
Miguel Bernal
Mikael Tanter
James F. Greenleaf
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