David Holder
David Holder
Professor of Biophysics and Clinical Neurophysiology, University College London
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TitleCited byYear
Electrical impedance tomography: methods, history and applications
D Holder
CRC Press, 2004
11672004
Electrical impedance tomography: methods, history and applications
D Holder
CRC Press, 2004
11612004
Electrical impedance tomography: methods, history and applications
D Holder
CRC Press, 2004
11612004
Three-dimensional electrical impedance tomography of human brain activity
T Tidswell, A Gibson, RH Bayford, DS Holder
NeuroImage 13 (2), 283-294, 2001
2172001
Electrical impedance tomography of human brain function using reconstruction algorithms based on the finite element method
AP Bagshaw, AD Liston, RH Bayford, A Tizzard, AP Gibson, AT Tidswell, ...
NeuroImage 20 (2), 752-764, 2003
1942003
Electrical impedance tomography: Methods
DS Holder
History and Applications Series in Medical Physics and Biomedical …, 2005
1742005
Clinical and physiological applications of electrical impedance tomography
D Holder
CRC Press, 1993
1451993
Electrical impedance tomography method and apparatus
KG Boone, DS Holder
US Patent 5,919,142, 1999
1301999
A review of errors in multi-frequency EIT instrumentation
A McEwan, G Cusick, DS Holder
Physiological measurement 28 (7), S197, 2007
1272007
Design and calibration of a compact multi-frequency EIT system for acute stroke imaging
A McEwan, A Romsauerova, R Yerworth, L Horesh, R Bayford, D Holder
Physiological measurement 27 (5), S199, 2006
1182006
Multi-frequency electrical impedance tomography (EIT) of the adult human head: initial findings in brain tumours, arteriovenous malformations and chronic stroke, development of …
A Romsauerova, A McEwan, L Horesh, R Yerworth, RH Bayford, ...
Physiological measurement 27 (5), S147, 2006
1172006
Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) of brain function
DS Holder
Brain Topography 5 (2), 87-93, 1992
115*1992
Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) of brain function
DS Holder
Brain Topography 5 (2), 87-93, 1992
115*1992
Use of anisotropic modelling in electrical impedance tomography; description of method and preliminary assessment of utility in imaging brain function in the adult human head
JFPJ Abascal, SR Arridge, D Atkinson, R Horesh, L Fabrizi, M De Lucia, ...
Neuroimage 43 (2), 258-268, 2008
1112008
Current approaches to analogue instrumentation design in electrical impedance tomography
KG Boone, DS Holder
Physiological measurement 17 (4), 229, 1996
1101996
Generating accurate finite element meshes for the forward model of the human head in EIT
A Tizzard, L Horesh, RJ Yerworth, DS Holder, RH Bayford
Physiological measurement 26 (2), S251, 2005
972005
Electrical impedance tomography spectroscopy (EITS) for human head imaging
RJ Yerworth, RH Bayford, B Brown, P Milnes, M Conway, DS Holder
Physiological measurement 24 (2), 477, 2003
902003
Multi-frequency EIT system with radially symmetric architecture: KHU Mark1
TI Oh, EJ Woo, D Holder
Physiological measurement 28 (7), S183, 2007
882007
Imaging fast electrical activity in the brain with electrical impedance tomography
KY Aristovich, BC Packham, H Koo, GS dos Santos, A McEvoy, DS Holder
NeuroImage 124, 204-213, 2016
842016
Design and performance of the UCLH Mark 1b 64 channel electrical impedance tomography (EIT) system, optimized for imaging brain function
RJ Yerworth, RH Bayford, G Cusick, M Conway, DS Holder
Physiological measurement 23 (1), 149, 2002
832002
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