Richard Cobbold

Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Biomedical Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering
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Warriner RK, Cobbold RS. (2013) An accurate analysis of the radiation characteristics of a plane piston transducer with phase apodization for focusing. Ultrasonics. 53: 745-53
Warriner RK, Cobbold RS. (2012) Focused, phased-array plane piston and spherically-shaped concave piston transducers: comparison for the same aperture and focal point. Ultrasonics. 52: 503-7
Warriner RK, Johnston KW, Cobbold RS. (2008) A viscoelastic model of arterial wall motion in pulsatile flow: implications for Doppler ultrasound clutter assessment. Physiological Measurement. 29: 157-79
Lui EY, Steinman AH, Cobbold RS, et al. (2005) Human factors as a source of error in peak Doppler velocity measurement. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 42: 972-9
Steinman AH, Yu AC, Johnston KW, et al. (2005) Effects of beam steering in pulsed-wave ultrasound velocity estimation. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. 31: 1073-82
Steinman AH, Lui EY, Johnston KW, et al. (2004) Sample volume shape for pulsed-flow velocity estimation using a linear array. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. 30: 1409-18
Steinman AH, Tavakkoli J, Myers JG, et al. (2001) Sources of error in maximum velocity estimation using linear phased-array Doppler systems with steady flow. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. 27: 655-64
Bascom PA, Johnston KW, Cobbold RS, et al. (1997) Relation of the flow field distal to a moderate stenosis to the Doppler power. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. 23: 25-39
Bascom PA, Johnston KW, Cobbold RS, et al. (1996) Defining the limitations of measurements from Doppler spectral recordings. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 24: 34-44; discussion 44
Ojha M, Cobbold RS, Johnston KW. (1994) Influence of angle on wall shear stress distribution for an end-to-side anastomosis. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 19: 1067-73
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