Her primary areas of investigation include High-intensity focused ultrasound, Optics, Boiling, Ultrasound and Acoustics. Her Optics research integrates issues from Shock wave, Nonlinear acoustics, Transducer and Shock. Her work carried out in the field of Boiling brings together such families of science as Lesion, Histotripsy and Bubble.
Her study looks at the relationship between Histotripsy and topics such as Biomedical engineering, which overlap with Pathology. Her research investigates the connection between Ultrasound and topics such as Cavitation that intersect with issues in Overpressure and Nuclear magnetic resonance. Particularly relevant to Ultrasonic sensor is her body of work in Acoustics.
Vera A. Khokhlova mainly investigates Acoustics, Optics, Nonlinear system, High-intensity focused ultrasound and Transducer. The concepts of her Acoustics study are interwoven with issues in Amplitude, Waveform and Shock. Her studies deal with areas such as Field, Shock wave and Ultrasonic sensor as well as Optics.
Her research in Nonlinear system intersects with topics in Mechanics, Boundary value problem, Diffraction and Acoustic wave. Her studies in High-intensity focused ultrasound integrate themes in fields like Boiling, Intensity and Biomedical engineering. Vera A. Khokhlova focuses mostly in the field of Transducer, narrowing it down to matters related to Aperture and, in some cases, Focal length.
Her primary scientific interests are in Transducer, Histotripsy, Acoustics, Ultrasound and Biomedical engineering. Her Transducer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sound power, Amplitude, Beam, Optics and Hydrophone. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nonlinear system and Shock.
Her Histotripsy study combines topics in areas such as Boiling and Spiral. The study incorporates disciplines such as Volume and Longitudinal wave in addition to Ultrasound. Her Biomedical engineering study incorporates themes from Intensity, Lesion, Liquefaction and High-intensity focused ultrasound.
Her primary areas of study are Histotripsy, High-intensity focused ultrasound, Ultrasound, Biomedical engineering and Acoustics. Her High-intensity focused ultrasound research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Imaging phantom, Hydrophone, Magnetic resonance imaging and Distortion. Her research integrates issues of Volume, Biophysics, Microscopy, Transmission electron microscopy and Kinetics in her study of Ultrasound.
Her study in Biomedical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lesion, Hematoma and Attenuation coefficient. Her Acoustics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Amplitude, Phased array, Waveform and Rayleigh scattering. She combines subjects such as Cavitation and Ultrasonic sensor with her study of Waveform.
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Physical mechanisms of the therapeutic effect of ultrasound (a review)
M. R. Bailey;V. A. Khokhlova;O. A. Sapozhnikov;S. G. Kargl.
Acoustical Physics (2003)
Acoustic characterization of high intensity focused ultrasound fields: a combined measurement and modeling approach.
Michael S. Canney;Michael R. Bailey;Lawrence A. Crum;Vera A. Khokhlova.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2008)
Effects of nonlinear propagation, cavitation, and boiling in lesion formation by high intensity focused ultrasound in a gel phantom
Vera A. Khokhlova;Michael R. Bailey;Justin A. Reed;Bryan W. Cunitz.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2006)
Use of overpressure to assess the role of bubbles in focused ultrasound lesion shape in vitro
Michael R. Bailey;Lisa N. Couret;Oleg A. Sapozhnikov;Vera A. Khokhlova.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2001)
Shock-induced heating and millisecond boiling in gels and tissue due to high intensity focused ultrasound.
Michael S. Canney;Vera A. Khokhlova;Vera A. Khokhlova;Olga V. Bessonova;Michael R. Bailey.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2010)
Histotripsy methods in mechanical disintegration of tissue: Towards clinical applications
Vera A. Khokhlova;J. Brian Fowlkes;William W. Roberts;George R. Schade.
International Journal of Hyperthermia (2015)
Effect of overpressure and pulse repetition frequency on cavitation in shock wave lithotripsy
Oleg A. Sapozhnikov;Vera A. Khokhlova;Michael R. Bailey;James C. Williams.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2002)
Numerical simulations of heating patterns and tissue temperature response due to high-intensity focused ultrasound
F.P. Curra;P.D. Mourad;V.A. Khokhlova;R.O. Cleveland.
IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control (2000)
Controlled tissue emulsification produced by high intensity focused ultrasound shock waves and millisecond boiling.
Tatiana D. Khokhlova;Michael S. Canney;Vera A. Khokhlova;Oleg A. Sapozhnikov.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2011)
Effect of acoustic nonlinearity on heating of biological tissue by high-intensity focused ultrasound
E. A. Filonenko;V. A. Khokhlova.
Acoustical Physics (2001)
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