##### Chapter 2 Ultrasound - Notes 2

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Incident beam

starting beam

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Reflected beam

after the incident beam hits a border part of the beam is reflected back

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transmitted beam

after the incident beam hits a border part of the beam is transmitted through the next medium

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Reflected angle

the angle in which the beam is reflected back

reflected angle = incident angle

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What does the intensity of the reflected beam depend on?

incident beam

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impedance formula

impedance = density * speed

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Impedance

resistance to sound traveling through the medium.

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What is likely when turning up output gain?

tissue damage

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impedance symbol

z

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Impedance units

rayl

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What is the relationship between impedance and propagation speed?

directly

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What is the relationship between impedance and density?

directly

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IRC

% of the beam that is reflected back to the transducer

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IRC formula 1

IRC = Reflected Intensity/ Incident Intensity

IRC - Ri/Ii

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IRC formula 2

[(z2 - z1) / (z2 + z1)] squared

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ITC

% of the beam that is transmitted through the medium

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ITC formula 2

ITC = Transmitted Intensity/ Incident Intensity

ITC - Ti/Ii

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IRC + ITC =

A) 0%
B) 1%
C) 1
D) 0 dB
E) 10 dB

C) 1

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other names for 90 degrees

perpendicular
orthogonal
right angle
Normal

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Impedance relationship with IRC

direct

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Bone will always appear _________ due to high impedance mismatch

A) brighter
B) darker

A) brighter

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Refraction

change of direction of the sound wave as it passes from one medium to another.

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Refraction transmission angle

angle of transmission depends on change in propagation speed that exists between two media

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Snells law

Sine i/ sine r = speed i / speed r

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Snell's law 2

(New c / old c) * old angle = new angle

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Is the angle higher or lower if the new speed is slower?

lower

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Specular Reflections

when sound waves hit a large smooth surface at 90 degrees

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Diffusion

boundary is not smooth

boundary smaller than the wavelength.

Light gets scattered (random and disorganized)

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Scattering

non-specular reflection occurs at small, irregular of rough interfaces

It is not angle dependent

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Relationship between frequency and scatter

directly related

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Positive effects of scattering

scattering makes echo reception less dependent on incident angle

allows visualization of boundaries which specular reflection angle would miss

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Effects of scatter

Two waves arriving at the same time either reinforce of cancel each other.

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Negative effects of scattering

grainy images

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Range equation

d = 1/2 ct

Distance can not be measured but time can if speed is known

How machine places image

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How long will it take for u/s to detect a mass at a depth of 1 cm?

13 cm

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More Amplitude

brighter dot.