Electrical impedance tomography spectroscopy (EITS) for human head imaging.

  title={Electrical impedance tomography spectroscopy (EITS) for human head imaging.},
  author={Rebecca J Yerworth and Richard H. Bayford and Bob Brown and Peter Milnes and M. Conway and David S. Holder},
  journal={Physiological measurement},
  volume={24 2},
Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) is a recently developed medical imaging method which has practical advantages for imaging brain function as it is inexpensive, rapid and portable. Its principal use in validated human studies to date has been to image changes in impedance at a single excitation frequency over time, but there are potential applications where it is desirable to obtain images from a single point in time, which could be achieved by imaging over multiple frequencies. We describe… CONTINUE READING


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