elastometry

elastometry

(ē″lăs-tŏm′-ĕ-trē)
The measurement of tissue elasticity.
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Tenders are invited for Tender for rotational thrombo elastometry for the department of anaesthesiology at all india institute of medical sciences, jodhpur
Measurement of liver stiffness with two imaging techniques: magnetic resonance elastography and ultrasound elastometry. J Magn Reson Imaging 2008; 28:1287-1292.
Characterization of focal liver lesions with acoustic radiation force impulse elastometry. Ultraschall Med 2010; 31: 405-9.
The results of elastometry were expressed in kilopascals, and the median value was considered representative of the elastic modulus of the liver.
The authors, among others, believe that measuring stiffness of tendons by ultrasound elastometry could be a good diagnostic method that could predict their tendinopathies in the case of extremely reduced tendon stiffness.
NMezet al., "Predictors of liver fibrosis in HIV-infected patients with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection: Assessment using transient elastometry and the role of HCV genotype 3," Clinical Infectious Diseases, vol.
The liver stiffness was assessed at the enrolment phase by the evaluation of transient liver elastometry (liver stiffness), using a fibroscan 502 apparatus (Echosens, Paris, France), and APRI.
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.
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 7.2 KpA to identify patients with significant hepatic fibrosis and examined factors associated with this [19].