elastometry

elastometry

/elas·tom·e·try/ (e″las-tom´ĕ-tre) the measurement of elasticity.

elastometry

(ē″lăs-tŏm′-ĕ-trē)
The measurement of tissue elasticity.
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Measurement of liver stiffness with two imaging techniques: magnetic resonance elastography and ultrasound elastometry.
Collin and Peuvrel-Disdier, "Dispersion mechanisms of carbon black in an elastomer matrix," Elastometry 2005, 9, 9-15.
However, this is only through measurement with surface wave elastometry and further studies are still awaited on human eyes.
Rocha KM, Ramos-Esteban JC, Qian Y, Herekar S, Kruegar RR (2008) Comparative study of riboflavin-UVA cross-linking and 'flash-linking' using surface wave elastometry.
Liver biopsy has been used to stage fibrosis, but more recently new non-invasive methods such as elastometry and serum biochemical indices have been used.
Dr Perez-Camacho used transient elastometry with a liver stiffness cut-off of 7.