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Ehsan Kazemivalipour, Ph.D.


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  1. Kazemivalipour E, Bhusal B, Vu J, Lin S, Nguyen BT, Kirsch J, Nowac E, Pilitsis J, Rosenow J, Atalar E, Golestanirad L. Vertical open-bore MRI scanners generate significantly less radiofrequency heating around implanted leads: A study of deep brain stimulation implants in 1.2T OASIS scanners versus 1.5T horizontal systems. Magn Reson Med. 2021 09; 86(3):1560-1572. PMID: 33961301.
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  2. Bhusal B, Keil B, Rosenow J, Kazemivalipour E, Golestanirad L. Patient's body composition can significantly affect RF power deposition in the tissue around DBS implants: ramifications for lead management strategies and MRI field-shaping techniques. Phys Med Biol. 2021 01 14; 66(1):015008. PMID: 33238247.
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  3. Kazemivalipour E, Sadeghi-Tarakameh A, Atalar E. Eigenmode analysis of the scattering matrix for the design of MRI transmit array coils. Magn Reson Med. 2021 03; 85(3):1727-1741. PMID: 33034125.
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  4. Kazemivalipour E, Vu J, Lin S, Bhusal B, Thanh Nguyen B, Kirsch J, Elahi B, Rosenow J, Atalar E, Golestanirad L. RF heating of deep brain stimulation implants during MRI in 1.2 T vertical scanners versus 1.5 T horizontal systems: A simulation study with realistic lead configurations. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2020 07; 2020:6143-6146. PMID: 33019373.
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  5. Sadeghi-Tarakameh A, Kazemivalipour E, Gundogdu U, Erdogan S, Atalar E. Accelerating the co-simulation method for the design of transmit array coils for MRI. MAGMA. 2021 Feb; 34(1):165-178. PMID: 32594275.
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  6. Golestanirad L, Kazemivalipour E, Lampman D, Habara H, Atalar E, Rosenow J, Pilitsis J, Kirsch J. RF heating of deep brain stimulation implants in open-bore vertical MRI systems: A simulation study with realistic device configurations. Magn Reson Med. 2020 06; 83(6):2284-2292. PMID: 31677308.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  7. Golestanirad L, Kazemivalipour E, Keil B, Downs S, Kirsch J, Elahi B, Pilitsis J, Wald LL. Reconfigurable MRI coil technology can substantially reduce RF heating of deep brain stimulation implants: First in-vitro study of RF heating reduction in bilateral DBS leads at 1.5 T. PLoS One. 2019; 14(8):e0220043. PMID: 31390346.
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  8. Kazemivalipour E, Keil B, Vali A, Rajan S, Elahi B, Atalar E, Wald LL, Rosenow J, Pilitsis J, Golestanirad L. Reconfigurable MRI technology for low-SAR imaging of deep brain stimulation at 3T: Application in bilateral leads, fully-implanted systems, and surgically modified lead trajectories. Neuroimage. 2019 10 01; 199:18-29. PMID: 31096058.
    Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Humans
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.