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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
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