Automatic spatial and temporal temperature control for MR-guided focused ultrasound using fast 3D MR thermometry and multispiral trajectory of the focal point.

@article{Mougenot2004AutomaticSA,
  title={Automatic spatial and temporal temperature control for MR-guided focused ultrasound using fast 3D MR thermometry and multispiral trajectory of the focal point.},
  author={Charles Mougenot and Rares Salomir and Jean Palussiere and Nicolas Grenier and Chrit Moonen},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={1005-15}
}
Of the different modalities to induce local hyperthermia, focused ultrasound is the only noninvasive technology available at the moment. In addition to the 3D localization of the target region, it has been shown that MRI can provide real-time thermometry and allows online, automatic control of temperature evolution of the focal point. Treatment of a large tissue volume (as compared to the focal spot size, i.e., the ultrasound wavelength) can be achieved rapidly by moving the focal point along… CONTINUE READING

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