This flowchart shows how MUST functions should typically be used:
WHAT’S INSIDE MUST?
The theory used in MUST has been presented here and there, during IUS short courses and a TUFFC international school, or in some articles (list below). I plan to write a document that will synthesize it. Theoretical pages will be added to the website as I find the time to write them. For the moment, I suggest that you refer to the following documents:
- Porée J, Posada D, Hodzic A, Tournoux F, Cloutier G, Garcia D.
High-frame-rate echocardiography using coherent compounding with Doppler-based motion-compensation.
IEEE Trans Med Imaging, 2016;35:1647-1657.
(the supplemental content explains how PFIELD works, PDF)
- Shahriari S, Garcia D.
Meshfree simulations of ultrasound vector flow imaging using smoothed particle hydrodynamics. Phys Med Biol, 2018;63:205011.
(briefly explains how SIMUS works, PDF)
- Madiena C, Faurie J, Porée J, Garcia D.
Color and vector flow imaging in parallel ultrasound with sub-Nyquist sampling. IEEE Trans Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control, 2018;65:795-802.
(on color Doppler and vector Doppler, PDF)