Luca Sandrini

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Realistic numerical models of human subjects and their surrounding environment represent the basic points of radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic dosimetry. This also involves differentiating the human models in men and women, possibly with different body shapes and postures. In this context, the aims of this paper are, firstly, to propose a female(More)
Nematocysts of the scyphozoans Pelagia noctiluca and Rhizostoma pulmo were examined. In R. pulmo 4 types of nematocyst were observed: heterotrichous microbasic euryteles; holotrichous isorhizas; atrichous a-isorhizas; and atrichous α-isorhizas. In P. noctiluca 5 types of nematocyst were seen: heterotrichous microbasic euryteles; heterotrichous isorhizas(More)
Complex permittivity values have a dominant role in the overall consideration of interaction between radiofrequency electromagnetic fields and living matter, and in related applications such as electromagnetic dosimetry. There are still some concerns about the accuracy of published data and about their variability due to the heterogeneous nature of(More)
Numerical human models for electromagnetic dosimetry are commonly obtained by segmentation of CT or MRI images and complex permittivity values are ascribed to each issue according to literature values. The aim of this study is to provide an alternative semi-automatic method by which non-segmented images, obtained by a MRI tomographer, can be automatically(More)
INTRODUCTION The complexity of waveforms during atrial fibrillation may reflect critical activation patterns for the arrhythmia perpetuation. In this study, we introduce a novel concept of map, based on the analysis of the wave morphology, which gives a direct evidence in the human right atrium on the spatiotemporal distribution of fibrillatory wave(More)
The sequence of vitellogenesis as related to size increase of the oocytes of Pelagia noctiluca (Forskål) (Scyphozoa, Semaeostomeae) was examined to assess the influence of climatic factors on its reproductive period in the central and northern Adriatic Sea. From 1981 to 1985, 5 specimens with similar diameter were sampled each month. One ovary was excised(More)
Oocyte development was followed in 4 species of Scyphomedusae. In Pelagia noctiluca a centrifugal maturity gradient is present. Vitellogenesis may be related first to exogenous endodermal production and later to oocyte endogenous activity. Simultaneously, the paraovular body (POB) develops from the secondary endoderm; it is connected to the oocyte and(More)
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