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Clinical Information

Micrima understands the need for clinical evidence to support the use of their products. We currently have several studies underway and many published/ presented to support the current and future uses of the MARIA® system.

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Clinical evidence summary

  1. Clinical Evidence Summary July 2020


Clinical papers

  1. Radio-wave detection of breast cancer in the symptomatic clinic- a multi-centre study  International Cambridge conference on breast cancer imaging 2017 
  2. Radio-wave detection of breast cancer using pulse-synchronized imaging International Cambridge conference on breast cancer imaging 2017
  3. Cancer detection in dense tissue using radiofrequency imaging: a clinical evaluation. Proceedings. Ridley N, Shere M, Lyburn I, Bannister P. ECR 2017 (Selected for enhanced oral presentation)
  4. Automatic labelling of lesions using radiofrequency feature discrimination. Ridley N, Iriarte A, Tsui L, Bore C, Shere M, Lyburn I, Bannister P. ECR 2017.
  5. Dr P Bannister-BSBR presentation
  6. Radar Imaging of Breast Lesions – a clinical evaluation and comparison. Shere M, Preece AW, Craddock I, Jones L, Valencia A. Proceedings ECR 2016 (Selected for enhanced oral presentation)
  7. Preece AW, Craddock IJ, Shere MH, Jones LIL, Winton HL. ‘MARIA M4: clinical evaluation of a prototype ultrawideband radar scanner for breast cancer detection’. Journal of Medical Imaging,2016, vol 3. (5th most downloaded JMI paper in 2016)
  8. Shere M, Jones L, Lyburn I, Geach R, Massey H, Hobson L, Taylor S, P. Bannister P, Ridley N. Radio-wave radar-based breast imaging system: an initial multi-site clinical evaluation. Proceedings Symposium Mammographicum, 2016 (Best Poster prize)



Scientific papers

  1. Radar based breast cancer detection using a hemispherical antenna array- experimental results M Klemm et al IEEE trans. Antennas propag. 57(6), 1692-1704 (2009)
  2. A large scale study of the ultrawideband microwave dielectric properties of normal, benign and malignant breast tissues obtained from cancer patients M Lazebnik et al phys.med.biol. 52(20), 6093-6115 (2007)
  3. The dielectric properties of biological tissues. 2 Measurements in the frequency range 10 Hz to 20GHz. S Gabriel et al Phys.Med.Biol. 41(11), 2251-2269 (1996)
  4. Development and testing of a 60-element UWB conformal array for breast cancer imaging. M Klemm et al in proc.of the 5th European Conf on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP11), PP 3077-3079 (2011)
  5. A comparison of wide slot and stacked patch antenna for the purpose of breast cancer detection. D Gibbins et al. IEEE Trans. Antennas and propag. 58(3), 665-674 (2010)

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