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Data accompanying the publication: Three-dimensional view of out-of-plane artifacts in photoacoustic imaging using a laser-integrated linear-transducer-array probe

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posted on 20.01.2021, 12:25 by Ho Nhu Y Nguyen, Wiendelt Steenbergen
Data accompanying the publication: Three-dimensional view of out-of-plane artifacts in photoacoustic imaging using a laser-integrated linear-transducer-array probe.
In this work, we present a 3D reconstruction method using axial transducer array displacement. By axially displacing the transducer array, out-of-plane absorbers can be three-dimensionally visualized at an elevation distance of up to the acquired imaging depth. Additionally, out-of-plane artifacts (OPAs) in the in-plane image are significantly reduced. We experimentally demonstrate the method with phantom and in vivo experiments using an integrated photoacoustic probe. We also compare the method with elevational transducer array displacement and take into account the sensitivity of the transducer array in the 3D reconstruction.

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Risk assessment of plaque rupture and future cardiovascular events (CVENT) by multi-spectral photoacoustic imaging

European Commission

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University of Twente, Faculty of Science and Technology, Biomedical Photonic Imaging Group

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