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A New Tissue Resonator Indenter Device and Reliability Study
AbstractKnowledge of tissue mechanical properties is widely required by medical applications, such as disease diagnostics, surgery operation, simulation, planning, and training. A new portable device, called Tissue Resonator Indenter Device (TRID), has been developed for measurement of regional viscoelastic properties of soft tissues at the Bio-instrument and Biomechanics Lab of the University of Toronto. As a device for soft tissue properties in-vivo measurements, the reliability of TRID is crucial. This paper presents TRID’s working principle and the experimental study of TRID’s reliability with respect to inter-reliability, intra-reliability, and the indenter misalignment effect as well.
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Jia, M.; Zu, J.W.; Hariri, A. A New Tissue Resonator Indenter Device and Reliability Study. Sensors 2011, 11, 1212-1228.View more citation formats
Jia M, Zu JW, Hariri A. A New Tissue Resonator Indenter Device and Reliability Study. Sensors. 2011; 11(1):1212-1228.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jia, Ming; Zu, Jean W.; Hariri, Alireza. 2011. "A New Tissue Resonator Indenter Device and Reliability Study." Sensors 11, no. 1: 1212-1228.
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