Pierre Pouponneau

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The possibility of automatically navigating untethered microdevices or future nanorobots to conduct target endovascular interventions has been demonstrated by our group with the computer-controlled(More)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems are widely used to gather non-invasively images of the interior of the human body but can also be used to propel and guide special microdevices in the human(More)
Our group have shown in an experiment performed in the carotid artery of a living swine that magnetic gradients generated by a clinical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system could propel and(More)
Magnetic resonance navigation (MRN), achieved with an upgraded MRI scanner, aims to guide new therapeutic magnetic microcarriers (TMMC) from their release in the hepatic vascular network to liver(More)