His scientific interests lie mostly in Ultrasound, Histotripsy, Biomedical engineering, Materials science and Cavitation. His Ultrasound study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ultrasonic sensor, Beam, Transducer and Ablation. In his research, Urethra and Prostate is intimately related to Pathology, which falls under the overarching field of Histotripsy.
His study in Biomedical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bubble cloud, Intensity, High-intensity focused ultrasound and Pulse. The concepts of his Cavitation study are interwoven with issues in Lesion and Bubble. Charles A. Cain combines subjects such as Hydrophone and Solid modeling with his study of Optics.
Charles A. Cain spends much of his time researching Ultrasound, Histotripsy, Materials science, Biomedical engineering and Cavitation. Many of his research projects under Ultrasound are closely connected to Tissue damage with Tissue damage, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His research in Histotripsy intersects with topics in Transducer, Ablation, Bubble and Pathology.
In his work, Comminution and Medical imaging is strongly intertwined with Lithotripsy, which is a subfield of Biomedical engineering. The various areas that Charles A. Cain examines in his Cavitation study include Shock wave and Surgery. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phase and Signal in addition to Optics.
His primary scientific interests are in Histotripsy, Materials science, Ultrasound, Biomedical engineering and Cavitation. The Histotripsy study combines topics in areas such as Pulse, Transducer, Optics and Bubble. His Ultrasound research incorporates themes from Focal length and Excitation.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ex vivo, Pathology, Hydrophone, Ultrasound pulse and Ablation. Charles A. Cain works mostly in the field of Cavitation, limiting it down to topics relating to Lithotripsy and, in certain cases, Shock wave and Comminution, as a part of the same area of interest. Charles A. Cain has researched Acoustics in several fields, including Pulse and Elastic modulus.
His main research concerns Histotripsy, Materials science, Ultrasound, Biomedical engineering and Cavitation. His Histotripsy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Thrombosis, Pulse, Optics and Bubble. His research integrates issues of Temperature measurement and Electric shock in his study of Optics.
His Ultrasound research includes elements of Transducer and Treatment efficacy. His study explores the link between Biomedical engineering and topics such as Pathology that cross with problems in Ex vivo and After treatment. His Cavitation study combines topics in areas such as Imaging phantom and Shock wave lithotripsy, Surgery, Lithotripsy.
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Phased array ultrasound system and method for cardiac ablation
Charles A. Cain;Emad S. Ebbini;S. Adam Strickberger.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1996)
Pulsed Cavitational Ultrasound: A Noninvasive Technology for Controlled Tissue Ablation (Histotripsy) in the Rabbit Kidney
William W. Roberts;Timothy L. Hall;Kimberly Ives;J. Stuart Wolf.
The Journal of Urology (2006)
Controlled ultrasound tissue erosion
Zhen Xu;A. Ludomirsky;L.Y. Eun;T.L. Hall.
ieee symposium on ultrasonics (2003)
Pulsed cavitational ultrasound therapy for controlled tissue homogenization.
Jessica E. Parsons;Charles A. Cain;Gerald D. Abrams;J. Brian Fowlkes.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2006)
Pulsed cavitational ultrasound therapy
Charles A. Cain;Zhen Xu;J. Brian Fowlkes;Timothy L. Hall.
Method and assembly for performing ultrasound surgery using cavitation
Charles A. Cain;J. Brian Fowlkes.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1999)
A spherical-section ultrasound phased array applicator for deep localized hyperthermia
E.S. Ebbini;C.A. Cain.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (1991)
Cavitation clouds created by shock scattering from bubbles during histotripsy.
Adam D. Maxwell;Tzu Yin Wang;Charles A. Cain;J. Brian Fowlkes.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2011)
Noninvasive real-time multipoint temperature control for ultrasound phased array treatments
R. Seip;P. VanBaren;C.A. Cain;E.S. Ebbini.
IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control (1996)
NONINVASIVE THROMBOLYSIS USING PULSED ULTRASOUND CAVITATION THERAPY - HISTOTRIPSY
Adam D. Maxwell;Charles A. Cain;Alexander P. Duryea;Lingqian Yuan.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2009)
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