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Intracranial hemorrhage is a medical emergency that requires rapid detection and medication to restrict any brain damage to minimal. Here, an effective wideband microwave head imaging system for on-the-spot detection of intracranial hemorrhage is presented. The operation of the system relies on the dielectric contrast between healthy brain tissues and a hemorrhage that causes a strong microwave scattering. The system uses a compact sensing antenna, which has an ultra-wideband operation with directional radiation and a portable, compact microwave transceiver for signal transmission and data acquisition. The collected data is processed to create a clear image of the brain using an improved back projection algorithm, which is based on a novel effective head permittivity model. The system is verified in realistic simulation and experimental environments using anatomically and electrically realistic human head phantoms. Quantitative and qualitative comparisons between the images from the proposed and existing algorithms demonstrate significant improvements in detection and localization accuracy. The radiation and thermal safety of the system are examined and verified. Initial human tests are conducted on healthy subjects with different head sizes. The reconstructed images are statistically analyzed and absence of false positive results indicate the efficacy of the proposed system in future preclinical trials.
The conventional medical imaging tools like MRI and CT scans are able to reliably diagnose ICH7,8,9. However, the static and bulky structures or ionization radiation of those tools limit their capability for rapid diagnosis at the incident location. Moreover, their high costs (in Australia, for example, more than one thousand dollars per scan) limit their use as monitoring tools and their availability at rural medical clinics. According to World Health Organization (WHO), about three-quarter of the world population does not have access to reliable and affordable medical imaging systems10. Hence, a portable and low-cost imaging system is widely demanded for the detection of ICH. Several medical imaging modalities, like electrical impedance tomography (EIT)11, magnetic induction tomography (MIT)12, magnetic induction spectroscopy (MIS)13, or phase shift spectroscopy of magnetic induction (PSSMI)14 are recently explored by the researchers. However, these technologies are either invasive or cannot detect ICH in a realistic environment; hence their practical demonstration is scarce.
Microwave based head investigation has recently attracted a huge attention as a non-invasive alternative or complementary non-ionizing diagnostic tool for various biomedical applications15,16,17,18,19,20,21. This work reports a portable microwave head imaging system, which is simple to employ and consists of an imaging platform, a compactly designed ultra-wideband (UWB) antenna22, a microwave transceiver and a data storing and processing unit. The presented head imaging system utilizes radar based back projection algorithm based on effective permittivity model. One of the prime disadvantages of existing radar based algorithms is the presumption of a constant value for the effective permittivity of the imaged body in order to map the head for any significant scatterer21,23,24,25. However, using a constant number for the heterogeneous head that has various tissues leads to significant imaging errors that may lead to incorrect detection and localization26,27. To address this problem, several researchers have utilized the estimation of direct time of flight of the signal through the imaged body28 or time-domain inverse scattering technique that estimates the spatially averaged permittivity29. However, in a multipath environment such as the heterogeneous human head, the penetrating signal faces different tissues with wide range of properties and thicknesses. In this work, a novel location-dependent point-of-entry based effective head permittivity model derived using the numerical analysis of a healthy human head is proposed. An improved delay-and-sum (DAS) algorithm relying on the derived permittivity model is then employed for reconstructing an image of the head interior with enhanced detection accuracy. The system and algorithm are validated in realistic simulation and experimental environment by using anatomically realistic three-dimensional (3D) printed human head phantom. The radiation and thermal safety of the system are also verified. Human trials on healthy volunteers are then conducted to determinate the type, statistics and thresholds of obtained images as a necessary step for future preclinical trials.
How to cite this article: Mobashsher, A. T. et al. Portable Wideband Microwave Imaging System for Intracranial Hemorrhage Detection Using Improved Back-projection Algorithm with Model of Effective Head Permittivity. Sci. Rep. 6, 20459; doi: 10.1038/srep20459 (2016).
The authors gratefully acknowledge Dr. K. Bialkowski for useful discussions and help with the microwave transceiver in experimental validations, K. Lane for platform fabrication, D. Bill for PCB fabrication, M. Lynne for 3D printing of head phantom exterior and School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences of University of Queensland for the providing fabrication facilities for tissue emulating materials. A.T.M. acknowledges the financial support from the University of Queensland, Australia. The project was funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) via the Discovery Grant DP150103425.
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