High Resolution, High Sensitivity Ultrasonic C-Scan Imaging System
A particular goal of much of the research in ultrasonic imaging is the development of systems that can image a volume inside the body with high resolution in all dimensions.
KeywordsFocal Plane Ultrasonic Image Acoustic Image Acoustic Axis Intact Kidney
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 2.Wells, P. N T “Physical Principles of Ultrasound Diagnosis,” Chapt. 4.7, Academic Press (1969).Google Scholar
- 4.McCready, V. P. and Hill, C. R., “Constant Depth Ultrasonic Scanner,” Brit. J. of Rad. 44, p. 747 (1971). (A method for spiral scan is described, but with the focal plane being a spherical surface.)Google Scholar
- 5.Jenkins, F.A. and White, H. E., “Fundamentals of Optics,” p. 23, McGraw-Hill (1957).Google Scholar
- 7.Gray, H., “Anatomy of the Human Body,” edited by H. Goss, p. 1282, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia (1966).Google Scholar
© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1977