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microbubbles

microbubbles pl. n. (in radiology)

Microbubbles and ultrasound: from diagnosis to therapy

Observation of microbubbles during standard dialysis treatments

1083 Real time imaging of targeted microbubbles to human endothelium

Synergy of ultrasound microbubbles and vancomycin against Staphylococcus epidermidis biofilm

Detection of microbubble formation during radiofrequency ablation using phonocardiography

Myocardial delivery of colloid nanoparticles using ultrasound-targeted microbubble destruction

The role of complement in the adherence of microbubbles to dysfunctional arterial endothelium and atherosclerotic plaque

Contrast-enhanced ultrasonography with microbubbles for successful screening of kidney tumours

Ultrasound/Microbubble Enhances Foreign Gene Expression in ECV304 Cells and Murine Myocardium

187 Parameters in influencing the myocardial delivery of nanoparticles using ultrasound-targeted microbubble destruction

The utilization of ultrasound and microbubbles for therapy in acute coronary syndromes

Molecular imaging of endothelial progenitor cell engraftment using contrast-enhanced ultrasound and targeted microbubbles

Blood–Brain Barrier Opening and Drug Delivery Using Focused Ultrasound and Microbubbles

Potentiation of C-type natriuretic peptide with ultrasound and microbubbles to prevent neointimal formation after vascular injury in rats

An experimental research into endostatin microbubble combined with focused ultrasound for anti-tumor angiogenesis in colon cancer

Mitral mechanical heart valves: in vitro studies of their closure, vortex and microbubble formation with possible medical implications

 

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pl. n. (in radiology) an ultrasound contrast medium consisting of small bubbles containing gas that are introduced into the vascular system or the Fallopian tubes in order to enhance ultrasound images.

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