Simultaneous visualization of tissue and surgical instruments is necessary during ultrasound-guided medical procedures. Standard minimally invasive instruments are typically metallic and act as strong specular scatterers. As a result, such instruments saturate the image or disappear according to the angle of incidence, obscuring nearby tissue and making it difficult to determine the instrument's precise location. The objective of this study was to produce diffusive reflections from the surfac...Expand abstract
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Producing diffuse ultrasound reflections from medical instruments using a quadratic residue diffuser.
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