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Can we detect carotid artery stenosis from skin vibrations : a computational investigation of high-frequent flow under physiological varying flow conditions

(2018) p.1-1
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CARDIS (Early stage CARdio Vascular Disease Detection with Integrated Silicon Photonics)

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MLA
Mancini, Viviana, Aslak Bergersen, Jan Vierendeels, et al. “Can We Detect Carotid Artery Stenosis from Skin Vibrations : a Computational Investigation of High-frequent Flow Under Physiological Varying Flow Conditions.” 2018. 1–1. Print.
APA
Mancini, V., Bergersen, A., Vierendeels, J., Segers, P., & Valen-Sendstad, K. (2018). Can we detect carotid artery stenosis from skin vibrations : a computational investigation of high-frequent flow under physiological varying flow conditions (pp. 1–1). Presented at the World Conference Biomechanics 2018.
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Mancini, Viviana, Aslak Bergersen, Jan Vierendeels, Patrick Segers, and Kristian Valen-Sendstad. 2018. “Can We Detect Carotid Artery Stenosis from Skin Vibrations : a Computational Investigation of High-frequent Flow Under Physiological Varying Flow Conditions.” In , 1–1.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Mancini, Viviana, Aslak Bergersen, Jan Vierendeels, Patrick Segers, and Kristian Valen-Sendstad. 2018. “Can We Detect Carotid Artery Stenosis from Skin Vibrations : a Computational Investigation of High-frequent Flow Under Physiological Varying Flow Conditions.” In , 1–1.
Vancouver
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Mancini V, Bergersen A, Vierendeels J, Segers P, Valen-Sendstad K. Can we detect carotid artery stenosis from skin vibrations : a computational investigation of high-frequent flow under physiological varying flow conditions. 2018. p. 1–1.
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V. Mancini, A. Bergersen, J. Vierendeels, P. Segers, and K. Valen-Sendstad, “Can we detect carotid artery stenosis from skin vibrations : a computational investigation of high-frequent flow under physiological varying flow conditions,” presented at the World Conference Biomechanics 2018, Dublin, Ireland, 2018, pp. 1–1.
@inproceedings{8575339,
  author       = {Mancini, Viviana and Bergersen, Aslak and Vierendeels, Jan and Segers, Patrick and Valen-Sendstad, Kristian},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Dublin, Ireland},
  pages        = {1--1},
  title        = {Can we detect carotid artery stenosis from skin vibrations : a computational investigation of high-frequent flow under physiological varying flow conditions},
  year         = {2018},
}