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Carotid Artery Stenosis - Wiley Online Library

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4D Reconstruction and Identification of Carotid Artery Stenosis Utilizing a Novel Pulsatile Ultrasound Phantom

As a major application emphasis of vascular ultrasonography, the carotid artery has long been the subject of phantom style and treatment emphasis. In this short article, a novel phantom design protocol is presented that makes it possible for the efficient manufacturing of a pulsatile ultrasound phantom including soft and vascular tissue mimics, as well as a blood surrogate liquid. When integrated offer the phantom high acoustic compatibility and realistic mechanical properties, these components. In pattern with current advancements in clinical imaging, the 4D restoration makes it possible for clinicians to see vessel wall activity in a 3D space without the need for manual intervention. Standard Protocol 1: Constructing a pulsatile ultrasound phantom version \ nSupport Protocol: Creating a vascular resemble mold and mildew \ nBasic Protocol 2: Creating a 4D restoration from ultrasound frameworks.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cpz1.264

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