Active microwave computed brain tomography: The response to a challenge
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The potential application of active microwave techniques to brain imaging is studied by numerical simulations and experimentally using a recently developed cylindrical microwave scanner. The potential advantages and limitations of this method in static and dynamic brain imaging are presented and compared with other imaging techniques.
CitationBroquetas, A., Jofre, L. Active microwave computed brain tomography: The response to a challenge. "Journal of neuroscience methods", Febrer 1991, vol. 36, núm. 2-3, p. 239-251.