• Citations Per Year
Learn More
The use of gelatine phantoms for simulating the dielectric properties of human tissues is suggested. These phantoms are mainly made of gelatine and water and are therefore readily prepared at a low cost. They can be poured into moulds and adopt various shapes depending on the organ to be simulated. In addition, their preservation is not critical. We have(More)
2014 A new method based on simultaneous measurements of thermoelectric power and conductivity is proposed for analysing the contribution to electron scattering of imperfections frozen in thin monocrystalline metal films ; previously reported data on copper and silver films are examined. It is shown that the procedure is efficient for identifying the(More)
2014 The thickness, d, dependence of the extraordinary (R1) and spontaneous (Rs) Hall coefficients of iron films was studied in the range 100-1 000 Å. The R1.a and Rs.a versus a curves exhibit a straight line behaviour; this is interpreted in terms of size effects in the total film resistivity in agreement with some theoretical studies on the Hall effect in(More)
The development of numerisation material in radiology currently permits to perform usual cardiovascular tests. The authors report a series of 48 patients who benefited from the determination by numerised left ventriculography, of their stroke volume (SV). In 37 cases, the peripheral venous route is used while in 11 cases the central venous route is used, in(More)
  • 1