Monika Bahl, and P.Senthilkumaran
Amity University, India
Indian Institute of Technology, India
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Nanomed Nanotechnol
It has been seen that a vector field decomposition method called the Helmholtz Hodge Decomposition (HHD) can analyze scalar fields present universally in nature. It aids to reveal the complex internal energy flows in interference and diffraction fields. A gradient field defined in a region R, can be separated into solenoidal and irrotational components. HHD applied onto Magnetic Resonance Elasticity data can also aid to retain the curl field, while revealing the tissue elasticity in such medical measurements. The segmented shear waves in affected brain tissues were explicitly segmented and studied using our least square method of Hodge decomposition. HHD can also reveal the condition of tissues after they have been targeted with nanomedicines.