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Video Magnification Applied in Ultrasound

9 monthes ago   |   By EMBS

Biological tissues such as the myocardium or the artery walls are subject to fast and complex phenomena which are related to their physical properties as well as their function. Imaging these characteristics is essential from a medical point of view to pose a diagnosis or to understand the development of some diseases. However, even if new motion estimation techniques and algorithms have been developed and improved in the past years, the visualization method is still a challenge to render and represent tissues and their motion in an accurate and intelligible manner.
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