MIRS: A Semantic Analysis

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During MIRS an ultrasound imaging probe is inserted into the body through the small incision and it produces high-frequency sound wave continuously. After hitting muscle, some waves penetrate through muscles and some are reflected. Muscle thickness will be calculated only after analyzing the reflected echoes. The sonographic machine works with a high-frequency sound pulses of 1 to 5 megahertz. By analyzing this echoes, the machine calculates the distance in-between probe and tissue using the speed of sound waves in tissue(1540m/s) the reaching time, and information about muscle layer changes with the variation of the frequency. Results are shown in the monitor (Fig.2.) in video format. Video is collected and saved in image format and tissue

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