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Title
Numerical and experimental investigation of the dynamics of ultrasound contrast agents excited at higher multiples of their natural resonance frequency
Date
2011
Author(s)
Sojahrood, Amin Jafari (Author)
,
Kolios, Michael C. (Thesis advisor)
,
Ryerson University (Degree grantor)
Subject(s)
Ultrasound contrast media
,
Contrast media (Diagnostic imaging)
,
Bubbles -- Scattering
,
Scattering (Physics) -- Mathematical models
,
Ultrasonic imaging
Program
Biomedical Physics
Degree
Master of Science (MSc)
Title
Optimization of subharmonic generation from ultrasound contrast agents at high frequency ultrasound
Date
2008
Author(s)
Iradji, Sara (Author)
,
Kolios, Michael C. (Thesis advisor)
,
Ryerson University (Degree granting institution)
Subject(s)
Scattering (Physics) -- Mathematical models
,
Ultrasonic imaging
,
Bubbles -- Scattering
Program
Biomedical Physics
Title
The use of microbubbles as contrast agents in the optical imaging of tissue
Date
2018
Author(s)
Ryerson University (Degree granting institution)
,
Assadi, Homa (Author)
Subject(s)
Ultrasonic imaging
,
Nanomedicine
,
Bubbles -- Scattering
,
Scattering (Physics) -- Mathematical models
Program
Biomedical Physics
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy
Title
Inter-Bubble Interactions in Ultrasonically Excited Microbubble Clusters
Date
2018
Author(s)
Ryerson University (Degree granting institution)
,
Haghi, Hossein (Author)
,
Kolios, Michael C. (Author)
Subject(s)
Microbubbles
,
Bubbles -- Scattering
,
Scattering (Physics) -- Mathematical models
,
Fluid mechanics -- Mathematical models
,
Transport theory -- Mathematical models
Program
Biomedical Physics
Degree
Master of Science