In vivo reconstructed conductivity values of cervical cancer patients based on EPT at 3T MRI
Edmond Balidemaj 1 , Peter de Boer 1 , Hans Crezee 1 , Rob Remis 2 , Lukas Stalpers 1 , Aart Nederveen 3 , and Cornelis A.T. van den Berg 4
Radiotherapy, Academic Medical Center,
and Systems Group, TU Delft, Delft, Netherlands,
Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands,
UMC Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
In this work we present in vivo reconstructed
conductivity values of cervical cancer patients using
Electric Properties Tomography (EPT) based on B1+ at 3T.
Conductivity values of muscle, bladder and cervical
tumors are presented. The results demonstrate the
importance of accounting for conductivity values in
living conditions when incorporating electric properties
data into numerical models.
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