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Thomas’ Kierski’s paper “Super harmonic ultrasound for motion-independent localization microscopy: applications to microvascular imaging from low to high flow rates” was recently accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control. This paper is the first example of using superharmonic imaging in conjunction with super-resolution processing to enable sub-resolution microvascular imaging which is not corrupted by tissue motion.

Note: Paper is not published yet.

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