Randall R. Kinnick

Department of Physiology and Biomedical Engineering, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.

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Automated Compression Device for Viscoelasticity Imaging
Such a device should be lightweight, portable and easy to use for patient studies to capture tissue dynamics under external stress. We present the design of an automated compression device for studying the creep response of materials with tissue-like behaviors.... Read more
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Unambiguous Identification and Visualization of an Acoustically Active Catheter by Ultrasound Imaging in Real Time: Theory, Algorithm, and Phantom Experiments
Ultrasound-guided navigation of intracardiac catheters during minimally invasive procedures can be challenging due to the inability of B-mode ultrasound to distinguish the distal end of catheter from its body and the surrounding tissue. To better visualize the distal tip and... Read more