Clifton Haider1, David Holmes1, Robert Sainati1, Daniel Schwab1, Daniel V. Litwiller2, Desmond Yeo3, Barry Gilbert1
1Biomedical Engineering, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States; 2Global Applied Science Laboratory, GE Healthcare, Rochester, MN, United States; 3GE Global Research, GE, Niskayuna, NY, United States
Methods were developed to create phantoms with specific and highly repeatable conductivity and permittivity matching those of desired tissue. Numerical models results were highly similar with experimental results. Complex 3D organ models accurately represented the target anatomy and RF material properties.