Comparison of thermal damage calculated using magnetic resonance thermometry, with magnetic resonance imaging post-treatment and histology, after interstitial microwave thermal therapy of rabbit brain.


Clinical application of high-temperature thermal therapy as a treatment for solid tumours requires an accurate and close to real-time method for assessing tissue damage. Imaging methods that detect structural changes during heating may underestimate the extent of thermal damage. This is due to the occurrence of delayed damage manifested at tissue locations… (More)


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