His primary areas of investigation include Optics, Attenuation, Ultrasound, Biomedical engineering and Backscatter. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Acoustics, Transducer and Shear stress. His Attenuation research includes themes of Computational physics, Mineralogy and Test object.
His Ultrasound research is classified as research in Radiology. His Biomedical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Elastography, Radiofrequency ablation, Rf ablation, Reproducibility and Densitometry. He combines subjects such as Echo, Region of interest, Imaging phantom, Data reduction and Attenuation coefficient with his study of Backscatter.
His primary scientific interests are in Ultrasound, Imaging phantom, Optics, Attenuation and Biomedical engineering. His Ultrasound research is included under the broader classification of Radiology. His research in Imaging phantom intersects with topics in Acoustics, Ultrasonic sensor, Transducer and Region of interest.
His Optics research incorporates elements of Data reduction, Spectral density and Signal processing. His work in Attenuation addresses issues such as Backscatter, which are connected to fields such as Range. His work carried out in the field of Biomedical engineering brings together such families of science as Image resolution and Soft tissue.
James A. Zagzebski mostly deals with Ultrasound, Imaging phantom, Acoustics, Optics and Backscatter. Ultrasound is a primary field of his research addressed under Radiology. The concepts of his Imaging phantom study are interwoven with issues in Ultrasonic sensor and Transducer.
In the subject of general Optics, his work in Scattering, Incoherent scatter and Ultrasonic backscatter is often linked to Independent parameter, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His study in Backscatter is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Attenuation, Scattering theory and Echo. His Attenuation research includes themes of Power law and Attenuation coefficient.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Imaging phantom, Backscatter, Attenuation, Optics and Ultrasound. His Imaging phantom research incorporates themes from Acoustics, Transducer, Pattern recognition and Confidence interval. His studies in Backscatter integrate themes in fields like Ultrasonic sensor and Scattering theory.
His work deals with themes such as Multitaper, Attenuation coefficient, Biomedical engineering and Scanner, which intersect with Attenuation. As part of his studies on Optics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Range. His Ultrasound study introduces a deeper knowledge of Radiology.
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Tissue mimicking materials for ultrasound phantoms
Ernest L. Madsen;James A. Zagzebski;Richard A. Banjavie;Ronald E. Jutila.
Medical Physics (1978)
Backscatter Coefficient Measurements Using a Reference Phantom to Extract Depth-Dependent Instrumentation Factors:
Lin Xin Yao;James A. Zagzebski;Ernest L. Madsen.
Ultrasonic Imaging (1990)
A new ultrasound tissue-equivalent material.
M M Burlew;E L Madsen;J A Zagzebski;R A Banjavic.
Ultrasonic shear wave properties of soft tissues and tissuelike materials
Ernest L. Madsen;H. John Sathoff;James A. Zagzebski.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1983)
Interlaboratory comparison of ultrasonic backscatter, attenuation, and speed measurements.
E. L. Madsen;Fang Dong;G. R. Frank;B. S. Garra.
Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (1999)
ELASTOGRAPHIC IMAGING OF THERMAL LESIONS IN THE LIVER IN VIVO FOLLOWING RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
T Varghese;J.A Zagzebski;F.T Lee.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2002)
Method of data reduction for accurate determination of acoustic backscatter coefficients
Ernest L. Madsen;Michael F. Insana;James A. Zagzebski.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1984)
Ultrasound transmission measurements through the os calcis.
James A. Zagzebski;Phillip J. Rossman;Carmen Mesina;Richard B. Mazess.
Calcified Tissue International (1991)
Ultrasound backscatter and attenuation in human liver with diffuse disease.
Zheng Feng Lu;J.A. Zagzebski;F.T. Lee.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (1999)
Ultrasound monitoring of temperature change during radiofrequency ablation: preliminary in-vivo results
T Varghese;J.A Zagzebski;Q Chen;U Techavipoo.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2002)
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