Ultrasound diagnostics of the patient's surperficial tissues
Shvetsov I. A. 1, Shvetsova N. A. 1, Kolpacheva N. A. 2, Rybyanets A. N. 1
1Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
2Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Email: wbeg@mail.ru, yfnfif_71@bk.ru, kolpacheva.natalia@gmail.com, arybyanets@gmail.com

A new method of ultrasonic examination of the superficial tissues of a patient in vivo has been proposed. The design of ultrasonic measuring module for complex non-invasive diagnostics of the physiological conditions and processes in the superficial tissues of a patient has been developed. Precise measurements of the speed and attenuation of ultrasonic waves were made using the echo-pulse and transmission methods. An experimental verification of the developed ultrasonic method was carried out on reference solutions and superficial tissues of the patient. Keywords: ultrasound diagnostics, echo-pulse method, superficial tissues, ultrasonic diagnostic module, sound speed, attenuation coefficient.
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