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Index of /library/Neuroscience/Ultrasound Stimulation/patents/

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Methods and devices for modulating cellular activity using ultrasound - Tyler - 2009.pdf6.5 MiB2011-Jun-11 17:35
Devices and methods for modulating brain activity - Tyler - 2011.pdf5.5 MiB2011-Jun-11 17:33
Asymmetric ultrasound phased-array transducer - Vitek - 2010.pdf187.9 KiB2011-Jun-10 22:45
Arrays of quasi-randomly distributed ultrasound transducers - 2002.pdf159.6 KiB2011-Jun-10 22:39
Monolithic micromachined piezoelectric acoustic transducer and transducer - 1997.pdf156.9 KiB2011-Jun-10 20:37
Ultrasound therapy - Insightec - 2000.pdf150.7 KiB2011-Jun-10 22:37
Focused ultrasound system for surrounding a body tissue mass - Insightec - 2004.pdf103.0 KiB2011-Jun-10 20:52
Ultrasound transducer with focused ultrasound refraction plate - Hynynen - General Electric - 1997.pdf101.8 KiB2011-Jun-10 20:27
Acoustic beam forming in phased arrays including large numbers of transducer elements - Vortman Vitek Ezion - Insightec - ..>94.5 KiB2011-Jun-10 20:51
Systems and methods for focusing an acoustic energy beam transmitted through non-uniform tissue medium - Zvi Friedman - In..>91.1 KiB2011-Jun-10 20:48
System and methods for enhanced focused ultrasound ablation using microbubbles - Vortman Vitek Hynynen - Insightec - 2002.pdf66.2 KiB2011-Jun-10 20:26
Method and system for generating sensory data onto the human neural cortex - Sony - 2003.pdf62.1 KiB2011-Jun-10 20:33
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