Published in Lab Law Weekly, June 25th, 2004
"Color blooming artifacts can cause misinterpretations of normal and pathological structures during color Doppler flow imaging with ultrasound contrast agents (USCAs)," scientists in Taiwan explained.
"These artifacts are characterized in both the spatial and temporal domains: in the spatial domain, artifacts result from wave propagation and the ultrasound system; and in the temporal domain, the color blooming time (CBT) is used to denote the duration of artifacts," noted C.Y. Wu and colleagues at Veterans General Hospital in Taipei.
"In our experiments,...
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