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“…The technique combined with ultrasound allowed us to derive more precise parameters of tissue elasticity in this study, namely, the circumferential stress-strain relation. The principles of measurement and the possible sources of error have previously been described in detail [15,19,31,32]. The reproducibility of CSA measurements is good, with only a small variation [15,31].…”
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“…The technique combined with ultrasound allowed us to derive more precise parameters of tissue elasticity in this study, namely, the circumferential stress-strain relation. The principles of measurement and the possible sources of error have previously been described in detail [15,19,31,32]. The reproducibility of CSA measurements is good, with only a small variation [15,31].…”
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“…2). The sound transmission velocity was set to 1530 m s −1 (Fuji Photo Optical Ltd, Saitama, Japan) corresponding to the average sound velocity in soft biological tissues [19].…”
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“…Since the interface from the serosa is difficult to delineate the measurement should be made from the start of the hypoechoic layer of the proper muscle to the end of the hypoechoic layer of the mucosa. Compression of the bowel wall with the transducer will reduce thickness and can make it difficult to separate the wall layers [114,115]. However, some operators practice mild compression suggesting that this improves reproducibility of measurements [103].…”
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“…Intraluminal cross-sectional ultrasound imaging has been used to characterize the plane biomechanical properties of the esophagus in animals [13,14] and humans [15][16][17]. However, this technique has not been established in the investigation of the biomechanical properties in the human duodenum.…”
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