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Deep Brain Stimulation
Parallel transmit pulse design for patients with deep brain stimulation implants.
Efficacy and Safety of Pedunculopontine Nuclei (PPN) Deep Brain Stimulation in the Treatment of Gait Disorders: A Meta-Analysis of Clinical Studies.
Feasibility of using linearly polarized rotating birdcage transmitters and close-fitting receive arrays in MRI to reduce SAR in the vicinity of deep brain simulation implants.
Variability and anatomical specificity of the orbitofrontothalamic fibers of passage in the ventral capsule/ventral striatum (VC/VS): precision care for patient-specific tractography-guided targeting of deep brain stimulation (DBS) in obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
Local SAR near deep brain stimulation (DBS) electrodes at 64 and 127 MHz: A simulation study of the effect of extracranial loops.
Construction and modeling of a reconfigurable MRI coil for lowering SAR in patients with deep brain stimulation implants.
Realistic modeling of deep brain stimulation implants for electromagnetic MRI safety studies.
RF-induced heating in tissue near bilateral DBS implants during MRI at 1.5?T and 3T: The role of surgical lead management.
The 'virtual DBS population': five realistic computational models of deep brain stimulation patients for electromagnetic MR safety studies.
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.
Parallel transmission to reduce absorbed power around deep brain stimulation devices in MRI: Impact of number and arrangement of transmit channels.
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.
Safety and image quality at 7T MRI for deep brain stimulation systems: Ex vivo study with lead-only and full-systems.
Deep Brain Stimulation