KASAI Toshifumi

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Jul 26, 2017 at 13:10
 
Avatar
Name
KASAI Toshifumi
Affiliation
Kyoto College of Medical Science
Section
Faculty of Medical Science
Job title
Others
Degree
-(*Shimane Medical University*)

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
NOBUE UCHIDA, HIROKAZU KATO, ATSUYA KAWAGUCHI, MASAHIRO MORIYAMA, HAJIME KITAGAKI, TOSHIFUMI KASAI, SHINJI URAKAMI, MIKIO IGAWA
Jpn. J. Hyperthermic Oncol.   18(3) 143-150   2002
The Quantitative assessment of Thallium-20I Myocardial imaging in experimental infarct dogs with the ligation of left coronary artery
24(9)    1987
Clinical usefulness of three-dimensional brain imaging with N-isopropyl-P-[ 123I]iodoamphetamine (IMP)
26(3)    1989
RE-focusing method
Hyperthermic Oncology      1988
The treatment of arterial blood temperature in bioheat eransfer equation
5(1)    1989

Books etc

 
Development of A New Flexible Electrode for Interstitial Hyperthermia Compatible with the High Dose Rate Ir-192 Remote After Loading System.
Hyperthermic Oncology in Japan'97   1997   
Heating Characteristics of RF Intersititial Hyperthermia Electrode in Animal Liver
Hyperthermic Oncology in Japan'97   1997   
The Pitfalls in Evaluating SAR Distribution of RF Intersititial Heating
Hyperthermic Oncology in Japan'97   1997   
Heating characteristics of RF Intersitial Hyperthermia Using Multiple Electrodes
Hyperthermic Oncology in Japan'97   1997   
Teleradiology for Comprehensive Clincal Information Designed for Distant clinics.
Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery(CAR'98)   1998   

Works

 
Screening and examination for the radiation disaster in chernobyle as medical cooperation
1992
Development of RF focusing-type applicator using IATA with dielectric lens
1993
Development of High impedance E-field probe.
1993
Several applications of the healing method using distributed electrodes.
1993
Development of Radiological Diagnostic reporting system.
1995

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study of MRI in scanning method
Hyperthermia for cancer
Medical Information Network System
The Depelopment a Medical Imaging system.