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Jan. 27, 2022, 2:11 a.m. | Dimitris Perdios, Manuel Vonlanthen, Florian Martinez, Marcel Arditi, Jean-Philippe Thiran

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Ultrafast ultrasound (US) revolutionized biomedical imaging with its
capability of acquiring full-view frames at over 1 kHz, unlocking breakthrough
modalities such as shear-wave elastography and functional US neuroimaging. Yet,
it suffers from strong diffraction artifacts, mainly caused by grating lobes,
side lobes, or edge waves. Multiple acquisitions are typically required to
obtain a sufficient image quality, at the cost of a reduced frame rate. To
answer the increasing demand for high-quality imaging from single unfocused
acquisitions, we propose a two-step …

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