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Simulation and experimental validation of resonant electric markers used for medical device tracking in magnetic resonance imaging



Simulation and experimental validation of resonant electric markers used for medical device tracking in magnetic resonance imaging



Conference Proceedings 2010: 1878-1881



Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which was traditionally used for patient diagnosis, has gained in importance in minimally invasive interventions in the recent past. Hence, there is an increasing demand for medical devices compatible with the MR environment. One of the challenges is to visualize the medical devices, e.g. catheters, within the MR image. Several methods exist to cope with this task.

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DOI: 10.1109/IEMBS.2010.5627137


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