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James Greenleaf
Professor Mayo Clinic
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Magnetic resonance elastography by direct visualization of propagating acoustic strain waves
R Muthupillai, DJ Lomas, PJ Rossman, JF Greenleaf, A Manduca, ...
science 269 (5232), 1854-1857, 1995
25921995
Sonication of removed hip and knee prostheses for diagnosis of infection
A Trampuz, KE Piper, MJ Jacobson, AD Hanssen, KK Unni, DR Osmon, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 357 (7), 654-663, 2007
16722007
Magnetic resonance elastography: non-invasive mapping of tissue elasticity
A Manduca, TE Oliphant, MA Dresner, JL Mahowald, SA Kruse, ...
Medical image analysis 5 (4), 237-254, 2001
13732001
Selected methods for imaging elastic properties of biological tissues
JF Greenleaf, M Fatemi, M Insana
Annual review of biomedical engineering 5 (1), 57-78, 2003
9262003
Ultrasound-stimulated vibro-acoustic spectrography
M Fatemi, JF Greenleaf
Science 280 (5360), 82-85, 1998
8271998
Nondiffracting X waves-exact solutions to free-space scalar wave equation and their finite aperture realizations
JY Lu, JF Greenleaf
IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control 39 …, 1992
6271992
Use of gray value distribution of run lengths for texture analysis
A Chu, CM Sehgal, JF Greenleaf
Pattern recognition letters 11 (6), 415-419, 1990
6091990
Shearwave dispersion ultrasound vibrometry (SDUV) for measuring tissue elasticity and viscosity
S Chen, MW Urban, C Pislaru, R Kinnick, Y Zheng, A Yao, JF Greenleaf
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 56 …, 2009
5712009
Validation of shear wave elastography in skeletal muscle
SF Eby, P Song, S Chen, Q Chen, JF Greenleaf, KN An
Journal of biomechanics 46 (14), 2381-2387, 2013
5272013
Vibro-acoustography: An imaging modality based on ultrasound-stimulated acoustic emission
M Fatemi, JF Greenleaf
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (12), 6603-6608, 1999
5161999
Sonoporation: mechanical DNA delivery by ultrasonic cavitation
DL Miller, SV Pislaru, JF Greenleaf
Somatic cell and molecular genetics 27 (1-6), 115-134, 2002
4962002
Exposure to low‐intensity ultrasound increases aggrecan gene expression in a rat femur fracture model
KH Yang, J Parvizi, SJ Wang, DG Lewallen, RR Kinnick, JF Greenleaf, ...
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 14 (5), 802-809, 1996
4951996
Artificial cavitation nuclei significantly enhance acoustically induced cell transfection
WJ Greenleaf, ME Bolander, G Sarkar, MB Goldring, JF Greenleaf
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 24 (4), 587-595, 1998
4861998
Tissue characterization using magnetic resonance elastography: preliminary results
SA Kruse, JA Smith, AJ Lawrence, MA Dresner, A Manduca, JF Greenleaf, ...
Physics in Medicine & Biology 45 (6), 1579, 2000
4792000
Quantifying elasticity and viscosity from measurement of shear wave speed dispersion
S Chen, M Fatemi, JF Greenleaf
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115 (6), 2781-2785, 2004
4672004
Complex‐valued stiffness reconstruction for magnetic resonance elastography by algebraic inversion of the differential equation
TE Oliphant, A Manduca, RL Ehman, JF Greenleaf
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2001
4652001
Low intensity ultrasound treatment increases strength in a rat femoral fracture model
SJ Wang, DG Lewallen, ME Bolander, EYS Chao, DM Ilstrup, ...
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 12 (1), 40-47, 1994
4491994
Ultrasound-mediated transfection of mammalian cells
HJ Kim, JF Greenleaf, RR Kinnick, JT Bronk, ME Bolander
Human gene therapy 7 (11), 1339-1346, 1996
4401996
Clinical imaging with transmissive ultrasonic computerized tomography
JF Greenleaf, RC Bahn
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 177-185, 1981
3771981
Low‐intensity ultrasound stimulates proteoglycan synthesis in rat chondrocytes by increasing aggrecan gene expression
J Parvizi, CC Wu, DG Lewallen, JF Greenleaf, ME Bolander
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 17 (4), 488-494, 1999
3731999
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