Data from: A technical note on variable inter-frame interval as a cause of non-physiological experimental artefacts in ultrasound

Miguez D, Hodson-Tole EF, Loram ID, Harding PJ

Date Published: April 28, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.550sg

 

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Title Effects of variable interframe interval on data synchronisation
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Description Results of analysis of ultrasound image sequence, recorded during low level electrical stimulation of motor nerve. Including associated frame time and electromyographic data. Full details available in the ReadMe file.
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Title Frame times from two timestamping approaches
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Description Frame times recorded from ultrasound imaging device using hardware and software timestamping techniques. Full details available in the ReadMe file.
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Title Software recorded interframe intervals
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Description Inter-frame intervals from ultrasound imaging device, recorded using software timestamping approach described in the manuscript. Full details of file contents are described in the ReadMe file.
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Title Ultrasound video skeletal muscle movements
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Description B-mode ultrasound video of lower leg muscles of one participant, recorded (approx. 80 fps) using a LS128 (Telemed, Ultrasound Medical Systems, Italy) ultrasound imaging device. The video was recorded whil low amplitude (12 mA) electrical stimulation was delivered (1 Hz) to the motor nerve (Tibial nerve).
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Miguez D, Hodson-Tole EF, Loram I, Harding PJ (2017) A technical note on variable inter-frame interval as a cause of non-physiological experimental artefacts in ultrasound. Royal Society Open Science 4(5): 170245. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.170245

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