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The use of acoustic microscopy for biological tissue characterization

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Journal publication date08/1987
JournalUltrasound in Medicine and Biology
Journal number8
Volume13
Number of pages7
Pages477-483
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

A system of transmission raster acoustic microscope with an ultrasound frequency of 450 MHz has been designed to investigate biological tissues and comparative analysis of their optical and acoustic images. The possibility of obtaining the contrast acoustic images of nonfixed, nonstained biological tissues and viscoelasticity measurements in microscale was demonstrated.