Um novo tomógrafo por micro-ondas para imageamento da mama utilizando braços robóticos

Authors

  • Lucas Gallindo Costa
  • Thiago Campos
  • Everaldo Maciel de Oliveira Júnior
  • Hugo Abreu Mendes
  • Maryam Liaqat
  • Emery Cleiton Cabral Correia Lins

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54033/cadpedv21n3-221

Keywords:

Imageamento por Micro-Ondas, Câncer de Mama, Robótica Médica

Abstract

Este trabalho apresenta um novo sistema para imageamento da mama por micro-ondas que consiste de um par de antenas sendo automaticamente posicionadas ao redor da mama por braços robóticos, o que proporciona um maior conforto e flexibilidade a pacientes com mamas de tamanhos diferentes, além de possibilitar um número maior de medições. O sistema utiliza uma câmera de profundidade para obter o formato externo da mama e o utiliza para o posicionamento das antenas. O protótipo foi capaz de decidir o posicionamento das antenas para dois fantomas de forma semiautônoma, com mínima intervenção de um operador.

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Published

2024-03-29

How to Cite

Costa, L. G., Campos, T., Oliveira Júnior, E. M. de, Mendes, H. A., Liaqat, M., & Lins, E. C. C. C. (2024). Um novo tomógrafo por micro-ondas para imageamento da mama utilizando braços robóticos. Caderno Pedagógico, 21(3), e3501. https://doi.org/10.54033/cadpedv21n3-221

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