In this work, we propose a heuristic methodology using this hydration model as a base to realize an automatic and non-invasive procedure to estimate an ad-hoc map of the complex dielectric permittivity of a generic human tissue in the frequency range of microwaves based on their solid and water content, particularly useful in medical applications where the exact knowledge of the patient's anatomy and related electromagnetic properties would be of great benefit for the success of the treatment.

Human tissue models to evaluate their dielectric properties at 0.01-10 GHz from their solid and water content / Tannino, M.; Mangini, F.; Dinia, L.; Frezza, F.. - (2022). ((Intervento presentato al convegno WaterX@2022 tenutosi a La Maddalena.

Human tissue models to evaluate their dielectric properties at 0.01-10 GHz from their solid and water content

M. Tannino;F. Mangini;L. Dinia;F. Frezza
2022

Abstract

In this work, we propose a heuristic methodology using this hydration model as a base to realize an automatic and non-invasive procedure to estimate an ad-hoc map of the complex dielectric permittivity of a generic human tissue in the frequency range of microwaves based on their solid and water content, particularly useful in medical applications where the exact knowledge of the patient's anatomy and related electromagnetic properties would be of great benefit for the success of the treatment.
WaterX@2022
human tissues; models; dielectric properties
04 Pubblicazione in atti di convegno::04b Atto di convegno in volume
Human tissue models to evaluate their dielectric properties at 0.01-10 GHz from their solid and water content / Tannino, M.; Mangini, F.; Dinia, L.; Frezza, F.. - (2022). ((Intervento presentato al convegno WaterX@2022 tenutosi a La Maddalena.
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