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Age-dependent tissue-specific exposure of cell phone users.
The peak spatial specific absorption rate (SAR) assessed with the standardized specific anthropometric mannequin head phantom has been shown to yield a conservative exposure estimate for both adultsExpand
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Development of a new generation of high-resolution anatomical models for medical device evaluation: the Virtual Population 3.0.
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The Virtual Family computational whole-body anatomical human models were originally developed for electromagnetic (EM) exposure evaluations, in particular to study how absorption of radiofrequency radiation from external sources depends on anatomy. Expand
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Combining near- and far-field exposure for an organ-specific and whole-body RF-EMF proxy for epidemiological research: a reference case.
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A framework for the combination of near- field (NF) and far-field (FF) radio frequency electromagnetic exposure sources to the average organ and whole-body specific absorption rates (SARs) is presented. Expand
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Local SAR enhancements in anatomically correct children and adult models as a function of position within 1.5 T MR body coil.
Usage of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is continuously increasing due to its excellent soft-tissue contrast and improving diagnostic values. MRI also has the advantage that it operates withoutExpand
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Analysis of the local worst-case SAR exposure caused by an MRI multi-transmit body coil in anatomical models of the human body.
Multi-transmit coils are increasingly being employed in high-field magnetic resonance imaging, along with a growing interest in multi-transmit body coils. However, they can lead to an increase inExpand
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Dosimetric study of fetal exposure to uniform magnetic fields at 50 Hz.
In this paper, fetal exposure to uniform magnetic fields (MF) with different polarizations is quantified at 50 Hz. Numerical computations were performed on high-resolution pregnant models at 3, 7,Expand
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Impact of pinna compression on the RF absorption in the heads of adult and juvenile cell phone users.
The electromagnetic exposure of cell phone users depends on several parameters. One of the most dominant of these is the distance between the cell phone and the head tissue. The pinna can be regardedExpand
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Experimental and numerical assessment of low-frequency current distributions from UMTS and GSM mobile phones.
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The evaluation of the exposure from mobile communication devices requires consideration of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) over a broad frequency range from dc to GHz. Expand
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