IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology has been selected for inclusion in the Web of Science

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The microwave auditory effect

James C. Lin

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Review on Advanced Short-Range Multimode Continuous-Wave Radar Architectures for Healthcare Applications

José-María Muñoz-Ferreras, Zhengyu Peng, Roberto Gómez-GarcíaChangzhi Li

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Experimental Evaluation of an Axillary Microwave Imaging System to Aid Breast Cancer Staging

Daniela M. Godinho, Joao Felicio, Carlos A Fernandes, Raquel C. Conceicao.

The number of metastasised Axillary Lymph Nodes (ALNs) is a key indicator for breast cancer staging. Its correct assessment affects subsequent therapeutic decisions.

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Electrical Impedance Myography for Evaluating Muscle Fatigue Induced by Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

Bin Zhou, Yuandong Zhuang, Yueming Gao, Zeljka Lucev Vasic, Ivana Culjak, Mario Cifrek; Min Du.

Objectives: During Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES), a real-time monitoring method is urgently needed to reduce the negative effect induced by muscle fatigue.

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Modeling and simulation of needle electrical impedance myography in nonhomogeneous isotropic skeletal muscle

Xuesong Luo, Shaoping Wang, Benjamin Sanchez.

Objective: Needle electrical impedance myography (EIM) is a recently developed technique for neuromuscular evaluation. Despite its preliminary successful clinical application,

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Classification of Alzheimers Disease using RF Signals and Machine Learning

Imran Saied, Tughrul Arslan, Siddharthan Chandran.

Alzheimers disease is one of the most fastest growing and costly diseases in the world today. It affects the livelihood of not just patients,

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Broadband Dielectric Spectroscopy for Quantitative Analysis of Glucose and Albumin in Multicomponent Aqueous Solution

Masahito Nakamura, Takuro Tajima, Michiko Seyama.

We show the measurement of the physiological range of glucose in a multicomponent aqueous solution through multivariate analysis of broadband dielectric spectra from 500 MHz to 50 GHz.

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