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Mathematical modeling in elastography.

Abstract : The advent of advanced imaging has significantly improved the quality of medical supervision of patients. The terms non-invasive imaging allows physicians to make more accurate diagnoses and earlier and prescribing methods of treatment more efficient and fairer. Multiple imaging modalities are currently employed or are under study. In this thesis, we study three techniques emerging biomedical imaging: imaging • Magneto-acoustic; • Thermographic imaging; • endotomographie by electrical impedance. For each of these three techniques, we propose mathematical models and we present new methods of reconstruction in medical imaging.
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Anastasia Kozhemyak. Mathematical modeling in elastography.. Mathematics [math]. Ecole Polytechnique X, 2008. English. ⟨pastel-00004165⟩

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