Basics of Biomedical Ultrasound for Engineers
A practical learning tool for building a solid understanding of biomedical ultrasound
Basics of Biomedical Ultrasound for Engineers is a structured textbook that leads the novice through the field in a clear, step-by-step manner. Based on twenty years of teaching experience, it begins with the most basic definitions of waves, proceeds to ultrasound in fluids and solids, explains the principles of wave attenuation and reflection, then introduces to the reader the principles of focusing devices, ultrasonic transducers, and acoustic fields, and then delves into integrative applications of ultrasound in conventional and advanced medical imaging techniques (including Doppler imaging) and therapeutic ultrasound. Demonstrative medical applications are interleaved within the text and exemplary questions with solutions are provided on every chapter. Readers will come away with the basic toolkit of knowledge they need to successfully use ultrasound in biomedicine and conduct research.
Basics of Biomedical Ultrasound for Engineers is designed for undergraduate and graduate engineering students; academic/research engineers unfamiliar with ultrasound; and physicians and researchers in biomedical disciplines who need an introduction to the field. This book is meant to be “my first book on biomedical ultrasound” for anyone who is interested in the field.
What people are saying - Write a review
9 ULTRASONIC IMAGING USING THE PULSEECHO TECHNIQUE
10 SPECIAL IMAGING TECHNIQUES
11 DOPPLER IMAGING TECHNIQUES
12 SAFETY AND THERAPEUTIC APPLICATIONS
APPENDIX A TYPICAL ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF TISSUES
APPENDIX B EXEMPLARY PROBLEMS
APPENDIX C ANSWERS TO EXEMPLARY PROBLEMS
7 ACOUSTIC LENSES AND MIRRORS
8 TRANSDUCERS AND ACOUSTIC FIELDS