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10 Jun

Optimising the Inverse Solution for Electrical Impedance Tomography of Acute Stroke and Brain Injury

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) is novel medical imaging method which can be used to produce images of the internal electrical properties of a subject using rings of external ECG type electrodes. It is small, portable and safe, and has uniq...

10 Jun

Microstructure Imaging of Nerve Regeneration Network

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

The clinical problem: Nerve injuries can be debilitating for patients, resulting in long term loss of sensation and power and control of movement and the possibility of chronic pain. A variety of microsurgical approaches are used to repair damage...

10 Jun

A Study of Urinary Tract Dysfunction in MS Patients Through Personalised Simulations

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

Lower urinary tract dysfunction is a common problem in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). It is estimated that between 52%- 97% of MS patients develop these symptoms (Litwiller et al. (1999),J Urol ) which affect adversely their quality of li...

10 Jun

A Point-of-care Imaging Solution for Early Detection of Urinary Tract Infections for MS Patients

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

We seek to introduce a point-of-care, early detection of Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients using imaging. Around 90% of MS patients (MS Society, UK) eventually require either intermittent or, in more severe case...

10 Jun

Image Fusion and Radiation Exposure Monitoring During Complex Aortic Aneurism Repair

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

The aim of this project is to develop hybrid image guidance and navigation for endovascular surgery by combining imaging using multi-axis robotically held C-Arms and advanced medical image computing, devices and visualisation. The project’s speci...

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