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Remmerswaal, Evan (author)
Objective: This work focuses on the feasibility of using Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) to differentiate between cancerous and healthy tissues in real-time alongside the GI tract. This is to see whether it is possible to support surgeons when taking biopsies, or to see if it is possible to make biopsies obsolete with EIS. Methods: The...
master thesis 2023
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van de Weerd, Laurie (author)
master thesis 2022
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Riemens, Boyd (author)
Throughout history, different intraocular illumination methods for vitreoretinal surgery have been used and the most common limitations to the state-of-the-art intraocular illumination methods are the glare and reflections created by the illumination device and the relatively small illuminated area. A way to tackle these limitations could be by...
master thesis 2022
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van Pelt, Tess (author)
Introduction: Although being the most advanced spinal stabilization method, pedicle screw fixation has an increased number of complications compared to other surgical procedures, due to the complex spinal anatomy, large inter-patient anatomical variability, and the highly vulnerable surrounding tissue of the spine. Screw fixation strength can be...
master thesis 2022
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van der Molen, Dana (author)
Glioblastoma multiforme tumors (GBM) are the most frequent and aggressive brain tumor type and have a very low survival rate. In order to improve the patient’s outcome for a patient suffering from GBM the production of brain phantoms can be of great help. A brain phantom can be used for multiple purposes, such as neurological planning, training...
master thesis 2021
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Teye, Joshua (author)
Diagnostic imaging is a fundamental requirement for the effective treatment of about 25 % of patients globally. Ultrasound imaging is considered the safest, least expensive and most convenient diagnostic imaging modality. Its widespread adoption has been in the area of 2D imaging. However, the accuracy of diagnosis with 2D ultrasound imaging is...
master thesis 2020
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Osman, Karim (author)
One of the main elements for creating an optimal operating room schedule is an accurate surgery duration estimation. Currently, this estimation is only done preoperatively. However, multiple factors during the surgery itself could influence the duration, for example bleeding. Literature showed the possibility of intraoperatively estimating a...
master thesis 2020
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Kensen, Chav (author)
In hospitals, the duration of surgical procedures is susceptible to a number a factors resulting in varying procedure durations of the same procedure. When these procedure times deviate from the predicted surgical duration, scheduling conflicts arise, leading to patient discomfort and inefficient use of hospital resources. Considering the aging...
master thesis 2019
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Grandia, Leander (author)
Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is a common type of arrhythmia, characterized by rapid and irregular contraction of the atria. Irregular contraction of the atria is caused by erroneous electrical activation, originating from the tissue around the Pulmonary Veins (PV) in the Left Atrium (LA). Catheter-based treatment of AF includes ablation of the...
master thesis 2019
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Dik, Emilie (author)
Brain, outside the body, will decay quickly, causing ex vivo studies to be difficult. Having a phantom model has a great beneficial value for numerous reasons. Phantoms are, among others, used in research centres, to validate new equipment, to develop biomechanical models or to test new treatment methods. They are representations of organs or...
master thesis 2019
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