Antenna design for microwave hepatic ablation using an axisymmetric electromagnetic model

@article{Bertram2006AntennaDF,
  title={Antenna design for microwave hepatic ablation using an axisymmetric electromagnetic model},
  author={John M. Bertram and Deshan Yang and Mark C. Converse and John G. Webster and David M. Mahvi},
  journal={BioMedical Engineering OnLine},
  year={2006},
  volume={5},
  pages={15 - 15}
}
BACKGROUND An axisymmetric finite element method (FEM) model was employed to demonstrate important techniques used in the design of antennas for hepatic microwave ablation (MWA). To effectively treat deep-seated hepatic tumors, these antennas should produce a highly localized specific absorption rate (SAR) pattern and be efficient radiators at approved generator frequencies. METHODS AND RESULTS As an example, a double slot choked antenna for hepatic MWA was designed and implemented using… CONTINUE READING
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