Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, February 12th, 2008
"To investigate this potential, a numerical model that incorporates multiple scattering, wave-mode conversion, and hierarchical microstructures was developed to simulate ultrasonic interactions in biological tissue at the microscopic level. Simulated high-frequency (20-75 MHz) spectra of up to 2137 cells displayed significant correlations to nucleus diameter and malignant cell infiltration, and indicated as few as 300 malignant cells may be detectable in normal tissue," wrote T.E. Doyle and colleagues, Utah State...
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