Electrical impedance tomography
compared with thoracic computed tomography during a slow inflation maneuver in experimental models of lung injury.
Electrical tomography provides from the measured signals sensitivity to a bulk electrical property like conductivity or permittivity of the matter of the subject thus giving rise to the names electrical impedance tomography
(EIT)  or electrical resistance tomography (ERT).
Moran, "A trust region subproblem for 3d electrical impedance tomography
inverse problem using experimental data," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
This technique is used in, for example, electrical impedance tomography
(EIT) systems  to recover the amplitude and phase information of the measured sinusoidal voltage signal, which could be buried in random noise.
Eight methods are covered: mammography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, magnetic resonance microscopy, positron emission tomography, electrical impedance tomography
Lionheart, "Temporal image reconstruction in electrical impedance tomography
The clinical need for bedside dynamic imaging that offers both regional detail and temporal resolution has generated considerable enthusiasm for electrical impedance tomography
(EIT)--a technology adapted from non-medical fields that takes advantage of the differences in electrical conductivity of gas and fluid.
In , the CG method has been proposed for the large scale inversion of the electrical impedance tomography
(EIT), however the Jacobian matrix needs to be loaded into computer memory.
This approach uses BMR and Electrical Impedance Tomography
(EIT) methods to form a conductivity map of the scan region.