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Bone Quantitative Ultrasound

P. Laugier, G. Haiat
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1 Bone Overview, Pr. David Mitton, Pr. Christian Roux, Dr. Pascal Laugier 2 Introduction to the physics of ultrasound, Dr. Pascal Laugier, Dr. Guillaume Haiat.- 3 Quantitative ultrasound instrumentation for bone in vivo characterization, Dr. Pascal Laugier.- 4 Clinical applications, Dr. Reinhard Barkmann, Pr. C-C Gluer.- 5 Poromechanical Models: Biot's theory - Modified Biot's theory - Multilayer model, Dr. Michal Pakula, Pr. Mariusz Kaczmarek,Dr. Frederic Padilla.- 6 Scattering by trabecular bone, Dr. Frederic Padilla, Dr. Keith Wear.- 7 Guided waves in cortical bone, Dr. Maryline Talmant, Josquin Foiret,Dr. Jean-Gabriel Minonzio.- 8 Numerical methods for ultrasonic bone characterization, Dr. Emanuel Bossy, Dr. Quentin GRIMAL.- 9 Homogenization theories and inverse problems, Prof. Robert P. Gilbert, Dr. Ana Vasilic, Dr. Sandra Ilic.- 10 Linear acoustics of trabecular bone, Prof. Jukka S Jurvelin et al..- 11 The Fast and Slow Wave Propagation in Cancellous Bone -Experiments and Simulations, Prof. Atsushi Hosokawa, Dr. Yoshiki Nagatani, Prof. Mami Matsukawa.- 12 Phase Velocity of Cancellous Bone Negative dispersion arising from fast and slow waves, interference, diffraction, and phase cancellation at piezoelectric receiving elements, Prof. James G. Miller et al..- 13 Linear ultrasonic properties of cortical bone: in vitro studies, Dr. Guillaume Haiat.- 14 Ultrasonic monitoring of fracture healing, Dr. Vasilios Protopappas, Dr. Maria G. Vavva, Dr. Konstantinos N. Malizos, Prof. Dimitrios I. Fotiadis.- 15 Nonlinear acoustics for non-invasive assessment of bone micro-damage, Dr. Marie Muller, Dr. Guillaume Renaud.- 16 Microscopic elastic properties, Prof. Kay Raum.- 17 Ultrasonic Computed Tomography, Dr. Philippe Lasaygues.- Index.
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