A control framework for the non-invasive ultrasound theragnostic system

Title
A control framework for the non-invasive ultrasound theragnostic system
Authors
노리히로 고이즈미서준호유고 스즈키이득희코헤이 오타아키라 노미야신 요시자와키요시 요시나카나오히코 스즈키요이치로 마쯔모토유키오 혼마마모루 미쯔이시
Issue Date
2009-10
Publisher
The 2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems
Citation
, 4511-4516
Abstract
The non-invasive ultrasound theragnostic system, we propose, tracks and follows movement in an affected area —kidney stones here—, while High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) is irradiated onto the area. In this paper, the concept of the novel medical support system, which integrates the therapy and diagnostics, is illustrated at first. Secondly, structuring the required functions for the proposed system is discussed. Third, the overview of the constructed system configuration is illustrated. Fourth, the problem of the stone motion tracking by ultrasonography is clarified. To cope with this problem, the respiratory motion of a human kidney is analyzed and a controller, by utilizing the quasi-periodical motion of the respiratory kidney motion, is proposed. Finally, the result of the servoing and HIFU irradiation experiments of the model stone, which moves based on the real human kidney motion data, is reported to confirm the effectiveness of the proposed controller and the constructed system.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/39773
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