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Brain and Human Body Modeling [electronic resource] : Computational Human Modeling at EMBC 2018 / edited by Sergey Makarov, Marc Horner, Gregory Noetscher.

Edition:
1st ed. 2019.
Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (XI, 402 p. 175 illus., 148 illus. in color.)
Subjects:
Biomedical engineering.
Electronic circuits.
Microwaves.
Optical engineering.
Local subjects:
Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering. (search)
Circuits and Systems. (search)
Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering. (search)
Summary:
This open access book describes modern applications of computational human modeling with specific emphasis in the areas of neurology and neuroelectromagnetics, depression and cancer treatments, radio-frequency studies and wireless communications. Special consideration is also given to the use of human modeling to the computational assessment of relevant regulatory and safety requirements. Readers working on applications that may expose human subjects to electromagnetic radiation will benefit from this book’s coverage of the latest developments in computational modelling and human phantom development to assess a given technology’s safety and efficacy in a timely manner. Describes construction and application of computational human models including anatomically detailed and subject specific models; Explains new practices in computational human modeling for neuroelectromagnetics, electromagnetic safety, and exposure evaluations; Includes a survey of modern applications for which computational human models are critical; Describes cellular-level interactions between the human body and electromagnetic fields.
Contents:
Chapter 1. SimNIBS 2.1: A Comprehensive Pipeline for Individualized Electric Field Modelling for Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Chapter 2. Electric Field Modeling for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Electroconvulsive Therapy
Chapter 3. Estimates of Peak Electric Fields Induced by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Pregnant Women as Patients or Operators Using an FEM Full-Body Model
Chapter 4. Finite element modelling framework for electroconvulsive therapy and transcranial stimulation
Chapter 5. Design and Analysis of a Whole Body Non-Contact Electromagnetic Subthreshold Stimulation Device with Field Modulation Targeting Nonspecific Neuropathic Pain
Chapter 6. Insights from Computer Modeling: Analysis of Physical Characteristics of Glioblastoma in Patients Treated with Tumor Treating Fields
Chapter 7. Simulating the Effect of 200 kHz AC Electric Fields on Tumor Cell Structures to Uncover the Mechanism of a Cancer
Chapter 8. Investigating the connection between Tumor Treating Fields distribution in the brain and Glioblastoma patient outcomes. A simulation-based study utilizing a novel model creation technique
Chapter 9. Advanced Multiparametric Imaging for Response Assessment to TTFields in Patients with Glioblastoma
Chapter 10: Estimation of TTFields Intensity and Anisotropy with Singular Value Decomposition. A New and Comprehensive Method for Dosimetry of TTFields
Chapter 11. The Bioelectric Circuitry of the Cell
Chapter 12. Dose Coefficients for Use in Rapid Dose Estimation in Industrial Radiography Accidents
Chapter 13. Brain Haemorrhage Detection Through SVM Classification of Electrical Impedance Tomography Measurements
Chapter 14. Patient-specific RF safety assessment in MRI: progress in creating surface-based human head and shoulder models
Chapter 15. Calculation of MRI RF-Induced Voltages for Implanted Medical Devices Using Computational Human Models
Chapter 16. Effect of non-parallel applicator insertion on 2.45 GHz microwave ablation zone size and shape
Chapter 17. A Robust Algorithm for Voxel-to-Polygon Mesh Phantom Conversion
Chapter 18. FEM Human Body Model with Embedded Respiratory Cycles for Antenna and E&M Simulations
Chapter 19. Radio Frequency Propagation Close to the Human Ear and Accurate Ear Canal Models
Chapter 20. Water-content Electrical Property Tomography (wEPT) for mapping brain tissues' conductivity in the 200-1000 kHz range: Results of an animal study.
Contributor:
Makarov, Sergey. editor., Editor,
Horner, Marc. editor., Editor,
Noetscher, Gregory. editor., Editor,
ISBN:
3-030-21293-9
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-030-21293-3 doi
Access Restriction:
Open Access
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