Clinical Research

Publications

Since 2006, our preclinical and clinical trials have consistently demonstrated that XV Technology provides an unprecedented level of information on respiratory function.

Our ground-breaking work has been published in more than 80 scientific publications.

Studies include information about X-ray velocimetry and lung heterogeneity. Lung heterogeneity may be a key indicator of lung health.

Quantifying ventilation by X-ray velocimetry in healthy adults

Association of X-ray velocimetry (XV) ventilation analysis compared to spirometry

Functional imaging for assessing regional lung ventilation in preclinical and clinical research

Performance of CT:V Quantitative Ventilation Imaging Against PET Ventilation Imaging

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Fouras, A. et al. Engineering Imaging: Using particle image velocimetry to see physiology in a new light.

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Fouras, A. et al. The past, present, and future of x-ray technology for in vivo imaging of function and form.

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Jamison, R. A. et al. Functional Imaging to Understand Biomechanics: A Critical Tool for the Study of Biology, Pathology and the Development of Pharmacological Solutions.

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Dubsky, S. & Fouras, A. Imaging regional lung function: A critical tool for developing inhaled antimicrobial therapies.

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Fouras, A. & Dubsky, S. The Role of Functional Lung Imaging in the Improvement of Pulmonary Drug Delivery.

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Fouras, A. & Soria, J. Accuracy of out-of-plane vorticity measurements derived from in-plane velocity field data.

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Fouras, A., Hourigan, K., Kawahashi, M. & Hirahara, H. An improved, free surface, topographic technique.

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Fouras, A., Dusting, J. & Hourigan, K. A simple calibration technique for stereoscopic particle image velocimetry.

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Fouras, A., Jacono, D. L. & Hourigan, K. Target-free Stereo PIV: a novel technique with inherent error estimation and improved accuracy.

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Nguyen, C., Fouras, A. & Carberry, J. Control of the depth of correlation in micro-PIV using a novel post-processing method.

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Irvine, S. C, et al. Phase retrieval for improved three-dimensional velocimetry of dynamic x-ray blood speckle.

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Parsons, D. W. et al. High-resolution visualization of airspace structures in intact mice via synchrotron phase-contrast X-ray imaging (PCXI).

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Nesbitt, W. S. et al. A shear gradient–dependent platelet aggregation mechanism drives thrombus formation.

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Fouras, A., et al. Volumetric correlation PIV: a new technique for 3D velocity vector field measurement.

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Irvine, S. C., Paganin, D. et al. Phase retrieval for improved multi-dimensional velocimetric analysis of X-ray blood flow speckle patterns.

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Fouras, A. et al. In-vivo Synchrotron PIV for the measurement of airway motion.

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Nguyen, C. V., Fouras, A. & Carberry, J. Image Overlapping to Improve Micro PIV Accuracy.

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Nguyen, C. V., Fouras, A. & Carberry, J. Improvement of measurement accuracy in micro PIV by image overlapping.

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Kitchen, M. J. et al. A new design for high stability pressure-controlled ventilation for small animal lung imaging.

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Irvine, S. C., Paganin, D. M., et al. Vector tomographic X-ray phase contrast velocimetry utilizing dynamic blood speckle.

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Higgins, S. P., et al. Holographic correlation velocimetry.

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Nguyen, C. V., Carberry, J. & Fouras, A. Volumetric-correlation PIV to measure particle concentration and velocity of microflows.

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Samarage, C. R., Carberry, J., Hourigan, K. & Fouras, A. Optimisation of temporal averaging processes in PIV.

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Thurgood, J. et al. Mapping cardiogenic oscillations using synchrotron-based phase contrast CT imaging.

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Xiong, T. et al. Flow and particles deposition in anatomically realistic airways.

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