IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

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Acousto-optic Catheter Tracking Sensor for Interventional MRI Procedures
RF induced heating is a significant safety concern for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) especially when long metallic structures are inserted in the body during interventional MRI procedures. Current position tracking sensors used during interventional MRI rely on long conductor cables... Read more
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Dynamic 3D MR Visualization and Detection of Upper Airway Obstruction during Sleep using Region Growing Segmentation
Ahsan Javed, Yoon-Chul Kim, Michael C.K. Khoo, Sally L. Davidson Ward, and Krishna S. Nayak, University of Southern California, USA, Volume 63, Issue 2, Pages:431-437 Obstructive sleep apnea is a common breathing disorder in which airflow is blocked during sleep due to collapse... Read more
TBME 60th Anniversary
Magnetic Resonance Imaging at Ultrahigh Fields
Kamil Uğurbil, University of Minnesota, Volume 61, Issue 5, page: 1364-1379 The last two decades have witnessed revolutionary changes in our ability to study biological processes in the human body, in particular the human brain.  Magnetic resonance Imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy at... Read more
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First in Vivo Potassium-39 (39K) at 9.4 T using Conventional Copper Radio Frequency Surface Coil Cooled to 77 K
Ibrahim A. Elabyad, Raffi Kalayciyan, Nagesh C. Shanbhag, and Lothar. R. Schad, Heidelberg University, Germany Volume 61, Issue 2, Page: 334-345 Potassium-39 (39K) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a noninvasive technique which could potentially allow for detecting intracellular physiological variations in common human... Read more
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Improved Multi-modality Data Fusion of Late Gadolinium Enhancement MRI to Left Ventricular Voltage Maps In Ventricular Tachycardia Ablation
Roujol S, Basha TA, Tan A, Khanna V, Chan RH, Moghari MH, Rayatzadeh H, Shaw JL, Josephson ME, Nezafat R Volume: 60, Issue: 5, Page(s): 1308 – 1317 Sudden cardiac death is the leading cause of death in developed countries. In the majority of... Read more