Doctoral Theses

  • Ylitalo J. Coherent High-Resolution Ultrasound Reflection Mode CT Imaging (thesis). Oulu, Finland: University of Oulu; 1987.
  • Dutt V. Statistical Analysis of Ultrasound Echo Envelope(thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 1995. Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 1995.
  • M. Belohlavek. Quantitative Three-Dimensional Echocardiography: Image Analysis for Left Ventricular Volume Assessment. (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 1996.
  • Pitts T. Optical Measurement of Wide Bandwidth Ultrasound Fields (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 1999.
  • T. Oliphant. Direct Methods for Dynamic Elastography Reconstruction: Optimal Inversion of the Interior Helmholtz Problem (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 2001.
  • S. Chen. Shear Property Characterization of Viscoelastic Media Using Vibrations Induced by Ultrasound Radiation (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 2002.
  • G. Silva. Image Formation in Vibro-acoustography (thesis). Recife, Brazil: Universidade Federal de Pernambuco; 2003.
  • M. Urban. Multifrequency Ultrasound Radiation Force Excitation and Motion Detection of Harmonically Vibrating Scatterers (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 2007.
  • M. Restrepo. Ultrasound Study of the Mechanical Properties of the Arterial Wall (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 2010.
  • I. Nenadic. A Noninvasive Method for Quantifying Viscoelasticity of the Left-Ventricular Myocardium Using Lamb Wave Dispersion Ultrasound Vibrometry (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 2011.
  • C. Carrascal. Measurement of kidney viscoelasticity with Shearwave Dispersion Ultrasound Vibrometry (thesis). Rochester, Minn.: Mayo Graduate School; 2011.