Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 29th, 2004
In a recent study from the United States, "[s]catterer properties like the average effective scatterer diameter and acoustic concentration were determined in vivo using a quantitative ultrasound (QUS) technique from two tumor phenotypes grown in animal models."
"These tumor models included spontaneously occurring mammary fibroadenomas in rats and transplanted 4T1 mammary carcinomas in mice," explained M.L. Oelze and coauthors at the University of Illinois. "The scatterer properties of average scatterer diameter and acoustic concentration were estimated using a Gaussian form...
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