USE OF 7. 5 MHz PVDF TRANSDUCERS TO EXAMINE SOLID BREAST MASSES IN THE IN VIVO COMPRESSED BREAST AND IN A COMPRESSED BREAST PHANTOM.

E. Kelly-Fry, Valerie Jackson, E. L. Madsen, J. A. Zagzebski

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Abstract

Studies discussed in this presentation are concerned with application of 3. 5 and 4 MHz, lead metaniobate and 5 and 7. 5 MHz PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) transducers for examination of the compressed breast and for examination of a compressed breast phantom. Emphasis is placed in the in vivo studies on determining whether high frequency transducers can provide increased information on the internal structure of fibroadenoma masses. The phantom studies are concerned with the extent of beam defocusing for masses located at different depths in a compressed breast phantom. The complete penetration of the sound beam through the breast and the excellent resolution throughout the breast is noted.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
PublisherAmerican Inst of Ultrasound in Medicine (Suppl to Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine v 3 n 9 Sep 1984)
Pages7
Number of pages1
StatePublished - 1984

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Kelly-Fry, E., Jackson, V., Madsen, E. L., & Zagzebski, J. A. (1984). USE OF 7. 5 MHz PVDF TRANSDUCERS TO EXAMINE SOLID BREAST MASSES IN THE IN VIVO COMPRESSED BREAST AND IN A COMPRESSED BREAST PHANTOM. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (pp. 7). American Inst of Ultrasound in Medicine (Suppl to Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine v 3 n 9 Sep 1984).

USE OF 7. 5 MHz PVDF TRANSDUCERS TO EXAMINE SOLID BREAST MASSES IN THE IN VIVO COMPRESSED BREAST AND IN A COMPRESSED BREAST PHANTOM. / Kelly-Fry, E.; Jackson, Valerie; Madsen, E. L.; Zagzebski, J. A.

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. American Inst of Ultrasound in Medicine (Suppl to Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine v 3 n 9 Sep 1984), 1984. p. 7.

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Kelly-Fry, E, Jackson, V, Madsen, EL & Zagzebski, JA 1984, USE OF 7. 5 MHz PVDF TRANSDUCERS TO EXAMINE SOLID BREAST MASSES IN THE IN VIVO COMPRESSED BREAST AND IN A COMPRESSED BREAST PHANTOM. in Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. American Inst of Ultrasound in Medicine (Suppl to Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine v 3 n 9 Sep 1984), pp. 7.
Kelly-Fry E, Jackson V, Madsen EL, Zagzebski JA. USE OF 7. 5 MHz PVDF TRANSDUCERS TO EXAMINE SOLID BREAST MASSES IN THE IN VIVO COMPRESSED BREAST AND IN A COMPRESSED BREAST PHANTOM. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. American Inst of Ultrasound in Medicine (Suppl to Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine v 3 n 9 Sep 1984). 1984. p. 7
Kelly-Fry, E. ; Jackson, Valerie ; Madsen, E. L. ; Zagzebski, J. A. / USE OF 7. 5 MHz PVDF TRANSDUCERS TO EXAMINE SOLID BREAST MASSES IN THE IN VIVO COMPRESSED BREAST AND IN A COMPRESSED BREAST PHANTOM. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. American Inst of Ultrasound in Medicine (Suppl to Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine v 3 n 9 Sep 1984), 1984. pp. 7
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