Physics Reflection

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Physics Reflection
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2013-10-10 22:16:56
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Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation
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  1. Why is interface "A" hyperechoic compared to interface "B"?
    Scanning angle

  2. The interface labeled "C" is:
    Specular reflector

  3. The typical per cent reflection at this interface is:
    99%

  4. Why is interface "A" hyperechoic compared to interface "B"?
    Scanning angle

  5. Why is the pericardium labeled "D" hypoechoic compared to the pericardium labeled "C"?
    Scanning angle
  6. image 8
    Interface "C" is:
    Nonspecular reflector
  7. image 9
    Interface "C" is:
    Nonspecular reflector
  8. image 1
    At this interface, "A" is:
    Reflected
  9. image 20
    Which is the optimum scanning angle for the renal capsule - a specular reflector?
    A
  10. image 5
    The interface labeled "A" is:
    Specular reflector
  11. image 10
    interface "A" is:
    Specular reflector
  12. image 7
    The interface labeled "A"is:
    Specular reflector
  13. image 8
    Why is interface "A" hyperechoic compared to interface "B"?
    Scanning angle
  14. image 10Interface "B" is:
    Nonspecular reflector
  15. imagr 2
    The typical per cent reflection at this interface is:
    5%
  16. image 9
    Interface "A" is:
    Specular reflector
  17. image 5
    The interfaces labeled "B" are:
    Nonspecular reflectors
  18. image 7
    The interface labeled "B" is:
    Nonspecular reflector
  19. image 3
    The typical per cent reflection at this interface is:
    60%
  20. image 11
    The red line indicates the:
    Transmitted

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