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Age-dependent tissue-specific exposure of cell phone users.
TLDR
There are no age-dependent changes of the peak spatial SAR when averaged over the entire head, and the absorption in various parts of the cortex for different magnetic resonance imaging-based head phantoms of adults and children exposed to different models of mobile phones is compared.
Development of a new generation of high-resolution anatomical models for medical device evaluation: the Virtual Population 3.0.
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The research and development performed to obtain anatomical models that meet the requirements necessary for medical implant safety assessment applications are described, including implementation of quality control procedures, re-segmentation at higher resolution, more-consistent tissue assignments, enhanced surface processing and numerous anatomical refinements.
Combining near‐ and far‐field exposure for an organ‐specific and whole‐body RF‐EMF proxy for epidemiological research: A reference case
TLDR
The results show that a 24-h whole-body averaged exposure of a typical mobile phone user is dominated by the use of his or her own mobile phone when a GSM 900 or GSM 1800 phone is used.
Analysis of the local worst-case SAR exposure caused by an MRI multi-transmit body coil in anatomical models of the human body.
TLDR
In this study, the maximum increase of SAR for three significantly different human anatomies is investigated for a large 3 T (128 MHz) multi-transmit body coil using numerical simulations and a (generalized) eigenvalue-based approach.
Impact of pinna compression on the RF absorption in the heads of adult and juvenile cell phone users
TLDR
The numerical exposure analysis showed that the reduced distance due to the pinna compression can increase the maximum 10 g psSAR by approximately 2 dB for adults and children, if the exposure maximum is associated with the upper part of the phone.
Dosimetric study of fetal exposure to uniform magnetic fields at 50 Hz
TLDR
Fetal whole-body and tissue-specific induced electric fields and current densities were analyzed as a function of both the extremely low frequency magnetic field (ELF-MF) polarization and GA and the induced field variation due to changes in fetal position was analyzed by means of two new pregnant models.
Estimation of head tissue‐specific exposure from mobile phones based on measurements in the homogeneous SAM head
TLDR
The new methodology enables the reliable determination of the maximum and averaged exposure of specific tissues and functional brain regions to mobile phones when combined with mobile phone power control data, and therefore greatly strengthens epidemiological evaluations and improves information for the consumer.
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