University of Wisconsin

Department of Biomedical Engineering

Department of Surgery

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

 
  
 
 
 


Liver ablation publications

Journal Papers

Conference Proceedings

  • Haemmerich D., Schutt D.J., Will J.A., Striegel R.M., Webster J.G., Mahvi D.M., A Device for Radiofrequency Assisted Hepatic Resection, EMBC 2004, San Francisco, September 2004
  • Haemmerich D., Hepatic Radiofrequency Ablation - Overview from an Engineering Perspective, Minisymposium on Applications of RF to Tissue Ablation, EMBC 2004, San Francisco, September 2004.
  • Haemmerich, D., Webster, J.G., Mahvi, D.M., Thermal Dose versus Temperature as Lesion Boundary Estimate, Short Paper & Presentation , EMBC 2003, Cancun, September 2003.
  • Haemmerich D., Lee, F.T.jr., Wright A.S., Mahvi D.M., Webster J.G., Multiple Probe Radiofrequency Ablation: Rapid Switching versus Simultaneous Power Application in a Computer Model, Abstract & Presentation (4 MB), Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, December 2002.
  • Haemmerich D., Lee, F.T.jr., Chachati, L., Wright A.S., Mahvi D.M., Webster J.G., A Device That Allows for Multiple Simultaneous Radiofrequency Ablations in Separated Areas of the Liver with Impedance-controlled Cool-tip probes: An ex vivo Feasibility Study, Abstract & Presentation, Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, December 2002.
  • Haemmerich, D., Mahvi, D.M., Lee, F.T.jr., and Webster, J.G., RF ablation at audio frequencies preferentially targets tumor - A Finite Element Study, Short Paper &
  • Haemmerich, D., Ozkan, O., Tsai, J.-Z., Staelin, S., Tungjitkusolmun, S. and Webster, J.G., Electrical Resistivity of K12/TRb Tumors versus normal liver tissue, Abstract & Presentation (3.5 MB) for World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, July 2000.
  • Lee, F.T.jr., Haemmerich D., Wright A.S., Johnson C., Mahvi D.M., Webster J.G., Device That Allows for Multiple Simultaneous Radiofrequency Ablations in Separated Areas of the Liver: A Feasibility Study in the Porcine Model, Abstract & Presentation, Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, November 2001.
  • Wright A.S., Lee, F.T.jr., Mahvi D.M., Optimization of a Novel Microwave Tumor Ablation System in an in vivo Porcine Liver Model, Abstract & Poster, Society for the Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, San Francisco, May 2002.
  • Wright A.S., Lee, F.T.jr., Mahvi D.M., Hepatic Microwave Ablation with Multiple Antennae Results in Synergistically Larger Zones of Coagulation Necrosis, Abstract & Presentation (17 MB), Society for Surgical Oncology, Denver, March 2002.
  • Wright A.S., Lee, F.T.jr., Johnson C., Mahvi D.M., Comparison of Microwave and Radiofrequency Ablation of Hepatic Tissue in a Porcine in Vivo Model, Abstract & Presentation (3.5 MB), Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, November 2001.
  • Wright A.S., Lee, F.T.jr., Johnson C., Mahvi D.M., Microwave Ablation of Hepatic Tissue: Simultaneous Use of Multiple Probes Results in Large Areas of Tissue Necrosis, Abstract & Presentation. Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, November 2001.

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