Received Signal in Harmonic Motion Microwave Doppler Imaging as a Function of Tumor Position in a 3D Scheme

2017-02-08
IRGIN, Umit
TOP, Can Baris
TAFRESHI, Azadeh Kamali
Gençer, Nevzat Güneri
Harmonic Motion Microwave Doppler Imaging method, which was proposed as an alternative method for breast tumor detection, is a combination of microwave radar and focused ultrasound techniques yielding data depending on electrical and mechanical properties of the tissue. In this study, Harmonic Motion Microwave Doppler Imaging data from a small tumor inside homogeneous fat is analyzed as a function of tumor location on three orthogonal planes using Finite Difference Time Domain simulations. The results show that the resolution on the order of millimeters is achievable with this method.
Citation Formats
U. IRGIN, C. B. TOP, A. K. TAFRESHI, and N. G. Gençer, “Received Signal in Harmonic Motion Microwave Doppler Imaging as a Function of Tumor Position in a 3D Scheme,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/36130.