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      Accurate measurement of microbubble response to ultrasound with a diagnostic ultrasound scanner 

      Keravnou, Christina; Mannaris, Christophoros; AVERKIOU, MICHALAKIS A. (2015)
      Ultrasound and microbubbles are often used to enhance drug delivery and the suggested mechanisms are extravasation and sonoporation. Drug delivery schemes with ultrasound and microbubbles at both low and high acoustic ...
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      Doxorubicin liposome-loaded microbubbles for contrast imaging and ultrasound-triggered drug delivery 

      Escoffre, Jean-Michel; Mannaris, Christophoros; Geers, Bart; Novell, Anthony; Lentacker, Ine; Averkiou, Michalakis A.; Bouakaz, Ayache (2013)
      Targeted drug delivery under image guidance is gaining more interest in the drug-delivery field. The use of microbubbles as contrast agents in diagnostic ultrasound provides new opportunities in noninvasive image-guided ...
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      Entropy-Based Sensor Placement Optimization for Waterloss Detection in Water Distribution Networks 

      Christodoulou, Symeon E.; Gagatsis, Anastasis; Xanthos, Savvas; Kranioti, Sofia; Agathokleous, Agathoklis; Fragiadakis, M. (2013)
      The work presented herein addresses the problem of sensor placement optimization in urban water distribution networks by use of an entropy-based approach, for the purpose of efficient and economically viable waterloss ...
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      Harmonic generation with a dual frequency pulse 

      Keravnou, Christina P.; AVERKIOU, MICHALAKIS A. (2013)
      Nonlinear imaging was utilized in commercial ultrasound systems over the last 15 years offering major advantages in many clinical applications. In this work, pulsing schemes (pulse inversion, power modulated pulse inversion ...
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      Voice Quality and Gender Stereotypes: A Study of Lebanese Women With Reinke's Edema 

      Matar, Nayla; Portes, Cristel; Lancia, Leonardo; Legou, Thierry; Baider, Fabienne H. (2016)
      Women with Reinke's edema (RW) report being mistaken for men during telephone conversations. For this reason, their masculine-sounding voices are interesting for the study of gender stereotypes. The study's objective is ...