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David Freundlich, Jacob Vortman, Roni Yagel, Shuki Vitek, Naama Brenner: Apparatus for controlling thermal dosing in an thermal treatment system. TxSonics, Bingham McCutchen, September 9, 2003: US06618620 (170 worldwide citation)

A thermal treatment system including a heat applying element for generating thermal doses for ablating a target mass in a patient, a controller for controlling thermal dose properties of the heat applying element, an imager for providing preliminary images of the target mass and thermal images durin ...


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Shuki Vitek, Avner Ezion, David Freundlich: Focused ultrasound system with MRI synchronization. Insightec Txsonics, Bingham McCutchen, May 11, 2004: US06735461 (117 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for performing a focused ultrasound procedure monitored using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is provided. An MRI system uses a timing sequence for transmitting radio frequency (RF) signals and detecting magnetic resonance (MR) response signals from a patient's body in resp ...


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David Freundlich: MRI-guided temperature mapping of tissue undergoing thermal treatment. InSightec TxSonics, Bingham McCutchen, February 18, 2003: US06522142 (80 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods using magnetic resonance imaging for monitoring the temperature of a tissue mass being heated by energy converging in a focal zone that is generally elongate and symmetrical about a focal axis. A first plurality of images of the tissue mass are acquired in a first image plane ali ...


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Oded Yehezkeli, David Freundlich, Nitzan Magen, Carlos Marantz, Yoav Medan, Skuki Vitek, Avi Weinreb: Mechanical positioner for MRI guided ultrasound therapy system. TxSonics, Bingham McCutchen, June 24, 2003: US06582381 (52 worldwide citation)

An ultrasound therapy system utilizes a mechanical positioning assembly to locate and aim an ultrasonic transducer. The positioner provides for roll and pitch control as well as control in the lateral and longitudinal directions. The positioner uses piezo-electric vibrational motors that can effecti ...


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A Robert Sohval, David Freundlich: Plural source computerized tomography device with improved resolution. Elscint, Sandler & Greenblum, January 13, 1987: US04637040 (50 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for examining a body by means of penetrating radiation. The apparatus has a source of penetrating radiation for transmitting radiation through a body, and a detector array disposed to detect the radiation after passage through the body. Radiation beams emitted by the source traverse a p ...


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Hanan Keren, David Freundlich: Slice orientation selection arrangement. Elscint, Sandler & Greenblum, December 1, 1987: US04710716 (23 worldwide citation)

A slice orientation selection arrangement for magnetic resonance imaging in planes oblique to the normal cartesian coordinates. The coordinates are rotated to applying gradient signals using Euler computations.


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Jerome S Arenson, Reuven Levinson, David Freundlich: Dual slice scanner. Elscint, Sandler Greenblum & Bernstein, July 13, 1993: US05228069 (21 worldwide citation)

A CT scanner using a rotate-rotate mode wherein the detector is designed to simultaneously detect X-rays that have traversed multiple-planar sections in a patient being scanned.


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Ehud Nahaliel, Ehud Dafni, Andre Feldman, David Ruimi, David Freundlich: Multi-slice detector array. Marconi Medical Systems Isreal, Fenster & Company Patent Attorneys, June 5, 2001: US06243438 (19 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for producing multiple image slice data responsive to incident radiation passing through an object. The apparatus includes a detector array having a plurality (p) of parallel rows of detector elements which receive such incident radiation and generate signals therefrom, each of which rows ...


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Yoav Levy, Arik Hananel, David Freundlich, Gilad Halevy, Benny Assif, Hadas Ziso: Techniques for correcting measurement artifacts in magnetic resonance thermometry. Insightec, Bingham McCutchen, February 5, 2013: US08368401 (17 worldwide citation)

Techniques for correcting measurement artifacts in MR thermometry predict or anticipate movements of objects in or near an MR imaging region that may potentially affect a phase background and then acquire a library of reference phase images corresponding to different phase backgrounds that result fr ...


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Nathan Hermony, Dan Inbar, Moshe B Porath, David Freundlich: Gantry for nuclear medicine imaging systems. Elscint, Sandler Greenblum & Bernstein, September 10, 1996: US05554848 (15 worldwide citation)

A nuclear medicine diagnostic imaging system wherein the gamma camera rotates about the patient and is coupled to receive electrical power, control signals and to transmit data using cableless coupling means. This enables the system to provide whole body helical scans. Reconstruction begins during t ...