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Fig. 2 | Breast Cancer Research

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From: Tumor characterization and treatment monitoring of postsurgical human breast specimens using harmonic motion imaging (HMI)

Fig. 2

3D harmonic motion imaging (HMI) displacement images of normal breast, invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC), and fibroadenoma (FA) tissue. a Gross pathology photograph of a normal breast specimen mounted on the gel matrix. The 3D reconstructed HMI of the selected tissue is shown (b) before and (c) after harmonic motion imaging for focused ultrasound (HMIFU) ablation. d Gross pathology photograph of a IDC specimen mounted on the gel matrix. The 3D reconstructed HMI of the selected tissue is shown (e) before and (f) after HMIFU ablation. g Gross pathology photograph of an FA specimen mounted on the gel matrix. The 3D reconstructed HMI of the selected tissue is shown (h) before and (i) after HMIFU ablation. The brighter the color, the higher the HMI displacement and the lower relative stiffness, and vice versa

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