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In this study, we investigated the feasibility of using 3.5-Fr circular phased array IVUS catheters for minimally invasive, image-guided hyperthermia treatment of tumors in the brain. Feasibility was demonstrated in two ways: 1) by fitting a 3.5-Fr IVUS catheter through burr holes, for 20 MHz imaging, and 2) by testing a modified circular array for therapy(More)
We investigate the advantages and disadvantages of the synchronous fluorescence (SF) scan method as compared with the fixed-excitation or fixed-emission fluorescence methods in analyzing biological tissue samples or tissue-like synthetic phantoms by quantitatively comparing the accuracy of multicomponent analysis in nonscattering phantoms and qualitatively(More)
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