Feasibility of biomedical applications of Hall effect imaging.

@article{Wen2000FeasibilityOB,
  title={Feasibility of biomedical applications of Hall effect imaging.},
  author={Han H. Wen},
  journal={Ultrasonic imaging},
  year={2000},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={
          123-36
        }
}
Hall effect imaging is a new technique for mapping the electrical properties of a sample. Its principle has been demonstrated in two- and three-dimensional phantom images. Based on the experimental data and theoretical understanding of this technique developed over the past few years, this paper addresses the most relevant question for biomedical applications: whether Hall effect imaging is ultimately applicable to complex biological systems such as the human body. The arguments are given at… CONTINUE READING

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