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Electromagnetic Induction Imaging: Theory and Biomedical Applications

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  • Published:
    2019
  • DOI:
    10.1115/1.860465
Description | Details

This monograph offers comprehensive descriptions of recent investigations on the development and biomedical applications of electromagnetic (EM) induction imaging which enables scientists and engineers to use EM imaging techniques to develop medical diagnostic and radio-therapy instruments. This book focuses on the following areas:

  • --Chapter 1 reviews various medical screening and sensing approaches for cancer detection.

  • --Chapter 2 summaries several EM induction imaging techniques, including theory, apparatus, medical applications, and challenges.

  • --Chapter 3 introduces a new two dimensional (2D) holographic electromagnetic induction (HEI) imaging approach and measurement apparatus.

  • --Chapter 4 presents the development of three dimensional (3D) HEI approach and its feasibility for brain stroke detection.

  • --Chapter 5 aims to apply a new compressive sensing technique to solve the conventional EM imaging such as microwave imaging problems including super-resolution and fusion of images.

  • --Chapter 6 reports the development of a radio frequency antenna for microwave liver tumor ablation.

  • --Chapter 7 concludes the book and discussions of future research directions of EM induction imaging-based techniques.

  • Copyright:
    All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Except as permitted under the United States Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the publisher. ©  2019  ASME
  • ISBN:
    9780791860465
  • No. of Pages:
    150
  • Order No.:
    860465

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