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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
speed of sound
(775 times)
(216 times)
BUA (372 times)
QUS (315 times)
BMD (242 times)
1989 Comparison of speed of sound and ultrasound attenuation in the os calcis to bone density of the radius, femur and lumbar spine.
(11 times)
Diagnostic Imaging
(9 times)
KB (2 times)
AP (1 time)
ASL (1 time)
2011 High resolution three-dimensional cine phase contrast MRI of small intracranial aneurysms using a stack of stars k-space trajectory.
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Biomedical Engineering
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SBS (3 times)
AP (1 time)
CL (1 time)
2007 Knee biomechanics of alternate stair ambulation patterns.
strength of signal
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Allergy and Immunology
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PMA (2 times)
ROS (2 times)
CTLA (1 time)
2008 Intracellular concentrations of Ca(2+) modulate the strength of signal and alter the outcomes of cytotoxic T-lymphocyte antigen-4 (CD152)-CD80/CD86 interactions in CD4(+) T lymphocytes.
surgery on-site
(3 times)
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PCI (3 times)
MACE (1 time)
STEMI (1 time)
2011 Rationale and design of the MASS COMM trial: A randomized trial to compare percutaneous coronary intervention between MASSachusetts hospitals with cardiac surgery on-site and COMMunity hospitals without cardiac surgery on-site.
sound speed
(2 times)
Pharmacological Phenomena
(1 time)
BMD (1 time)
DEXA (1 time)
LBC (1 time)
2000 Relationships of ultrasonic backscatter with ultrasonic attenuation, sound speed and bone mineral density in human calcaneus.
summation of slices
(2 times)
(1 time)
GPM (1 time)
ICC (1 time)
LV (1 time)
2010 Comparison of a multi-breath-hold and a single breath-hold cine imaging approach for 4D guide-point modeling of the left ventricle.