DMS 102◊ Ultrasound Physics II

3 credits

Applied ultrasound physics as related to ultrasound system design and instrumentation. Signal and imaging processing techniques and their applications, principles of fluid dynamics and the fundamentals of Doppler physics and instrumentation are presented. Quantitative methods utilized in acoustic output measurement and quality assurance are discussed, and the current data on the biologic effects of ultrasound are reviewed.

Prerequisite: DMS 101◊, concurrent enrollment in DMS 110

Lecture: 3 hours