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The computational modelling of electromagnetic acoustic imaging

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The Electromagnetic Acoustic (EMA) technique is a novel multi-modal technique for medical imaging. It is sensitive, in principle, to contrast in mechanical properties and electrical properties and has potential in a number of applications such as breast tumour detection where there will be contrast between diseased and healthy tissue and high intensity focused ultrasound monitoring, where there will be contrast when tissue is ablated.

A complete computational model for the EMA imagi...

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DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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