生体情報を利用した超音波伝播シミュレータの開発

824 (J05-1 生命体統合シミュレーション(1),ジョイントセッション,21世紀地球環境革命の機械工学:人・マイクロナノ・エネルギー・環境)

Translated title of the contribution: Development of the ultrasound propagation simulator using living body information

沖田 浩平, 小野 謙二, 高木 周, 松本 洋一郎

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Abstract

High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) therapy has been developed for the treatment of deeply-placed tumor such as the liver and brain tumor. Problems are the displacement of focal point due to the reflection and refraction of ultrasound at the interfaces of bones and the attenuation of ultrasound due to the skins, fat and tissues. To minimize the invasive region of tissues by HIFU, the numerical simulation is available for the prediction of the treatment of tissues. The development of the numerical simulation of ultrasound propagation through the voxel modeled body based on the MRI and CT data is reported. The results of the three-dimensional computation show the displacement of focal point for the ultrasound of 1 MHz through the bone.
Original languageJapanese
Pages105-106
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2 2008

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