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Bekkers, Amerens (author)
Introduction: Coronary atherosclerosis can form large lipid-rich plaques inside the arteries, which are prone to rupture. Rupture can lead to thrombus formation and subsequent obstruction of the blood flow, which is the most common cause of acute coronary events like myocardial infarction. Current imaging modalities lack the ability to image...
master thesis 2022
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Waasdorp, Rick (author)
Muscles generate force and enable movement. After excitation of a muscle the muscle fibers contract. Methods to assess muscle contraction in vivo are scarce. Electromechanical delay (EMD), defined as the time lag between muscle excitation and contraction onset, has been proposed as a measure for contraction efficiency, but provides limited...
master thesis 2019