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Spatiotemporal quantification of therapeutically relevant cavitation for ablation and drug delivery by ultrasound.

Abstract:

Stable and inertial cavitation have been shown to play a key role in several therapeutic ultrasound applications, ranging from non-invasive ablation to drug delivery. In order to achieve meaningful quantification of therapeutically relevant cavitation, a hypothesis as to the underlying mechanism by which bubbles enhance energy delivery and momentum transfer to their surroundings must first be formulated. Based on this hypothesis, correlations can be sought between time-based or frequency-base...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
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Volume:
131
Issue:
4
Pages:
3384
Publication date:
2012-04-05
EISSN:
1520-8524
URN:
uuid:5c57d831-97e1-410d-ab7d-bb8033b556c3
Source identifiers:
325172
Local pid:
pubs:325172

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