Medical Image Analysis by Atam P. Dhawan

By Atam P. Dhawan

"The increased and revised version will cut up bankruptcy four to incorporate extra info and examples in FMRI, DTI, and DWI for MR photo modalities. The ebook also will extend ultrasound imaging to 3D dynamic distinction ultrasound imaging in a separate bankruptcy. a brand new bankruptcy on Optical Imaging Modalities elaborating microscopy, confocal microscopy, endoscopy, optical coherent tomography, fluorescence and molecular imaging can be extra. one other new bankruptcy on Simultaneous Multi-Modality clinical Imaging together with CT-SPECT and CT-PET can also be extra. within the picture research half, chapters on snapshot reconstructions and visualizations could be considerably greater to incorporate, respectively, three-D speedy statistical estimation established reconstruction tools, and 3D snapshot fusion and visualization covering multi-modality imaging and knowledge. a brand new bankruptcy on Computer-Aided prognosis and photo guided surgical procedure, and surgical and healing intervention can be added"--Provided via publisher.

From the contents
PREFACE TO the second one EDITION.

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION.

1.1. scientific Imaging: A Collaborative Paradigm.

1.2. clinical Imaging Modalities.

1.3. scientific Imaging: from body structure to info Processing.

1.4. normal functionality Measures.

1.5. Biomedical picture Processing and Analysis.

1.6. Matlab snapshot Processing Toolbox.

1.7. Imagepro Interface in Matlab setting and photograph Databases.

1.8. Imagej and different snapshot Processing software program Packages.

1.9. Exercises.

1.10. References.

1.11. Definitions.

CHAPTER 2 picture FORMATION.

2.1. picture Coordinate System.

2.2. Linear Systems.

2.3. aspect resource and Impulse Functions.

2.4. likelihood and Random Variable Functions.

2.5. snapshot Formation.

2.6. Pin-hole Imaging.

2.7. Fourier Transform.

2.8. Radon Transform.

2.9. Sampling.

2.10. Discrete Fourier Transform.

2.11. Wavelet Transform.

2.12. Exercises.

2.13. References.

CHAPTER three interplay OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION WITH topic IN clinical IMAGING.

3.1. Electromagnetic Radiation.

3.2. Electromagnetic Radiation for photo Formation.

3.3. Radiation interplay with Matter.

3.4. Linear Attenuation Coefficient.

3.5. Radiation Detection.

3.6. Detector Subsystem Output Voltage Pulse.

3.7. Exercises.

3.8. References.

CHAPTER four scientific IMAGING MODALITIES: X-RAY IMAGING.

4.1. X-Ray Imaging.

4.2. X-Ray Generation.

4.3. X-Ray 2-D Projection Imaging.

4.4. X-Ray Mammography.

4.5. X-Ray CT.

4.6. Spiral X-Ray CT.

4.7. distinction Agent, Spatial solution, and SNR.

4.8. Exercises.

4.9. References.

CHAPTER five scientific IMAGING MODALITIES: MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING.

5.1. MRI Principles.

5.2. MR Instrumentation.

5.3. MRI Pulse Sequences.

5.4. stream Imaging.

5.5. fMRI.

5.6. Diffusion Imaging.

5.7. distinction, Spatial solution, and SNR.

5.8. Exercises.

5.9. References.

CHAPTER 6 NUCLEAR drugs IMAGING MODALITIES.

6.1. Radioactivity.

6.2. SPECT.

6.3. PET.

6.4. Dual-Modality Spect-CT and PET-CT Scanners.

6.5. Exercises.

6.6. References.

CHAPTER 7 clinical IMAGING MODALITIES: ULTRASOUND IMAGING.

7.1. Propagation of Sound in a Medium.

7.2. mirrored image and Refraction.

7.3. Transmission of Ultrasound Waves in a Multilayered Medium.

7.4. Attenuation.

7.5. Ultrasound mirrored image Imaging.

7.6. Ultrasound Imaging Instrumentation.

7.7. Imaging with Ultrasound: A-Mode.

7.8. Imaging with Ultrasound: M-Mode.

7.9. Imaging with Ultrasound: B-Mode.

7.10. Doppler Ultrasound Imaging.

7.11. distinction, Spatial answer, and SNR.

7.12. Exercises.

7.13. References.

CHAPTER eight picture RECONSTRUCTION.

8.1. Radon remodel and picture Reconstruction.

8.2. Iterative Algebraic Reconstruction Methods.

8.3. Estimation Methods.

8.4. Fourier Reconstruction Methods.

8.5. snapshot Reconstruction in scientific Imaging Modalities.

8.6. Exercises.

8.7. References.

CHAPTER nine photograph PROCESSING AND ENHANCEMENT.

9.1. Spatial area Methods.

9.2. Frequency area Filtering.

9.3. Wavelet remodel for photo Processing.

9.4. Exercises.

9.5. References.

CHAPTER 10 snapshot SEGMENTATION.

10.1. Edge-Based picture Segmentation.

10.2. Pixel-Based Direct Classifi cation Methods.

10.3. Region-Based Segmentation.

10.4. complicated Segmentation Methods.

10.5. Exercises.

10.6. References.

CHAPTER eleven photograph illustration, research, AND CLASSIFICATION.

11.1. characteristic Extraction and Representation.

11.2. characteristic choice for Classification.

11.3. function and snapshot Classification.

11.4. photo research and category instance: "Difficult-To-Diagnose" Mammographic Microcalcifications.

11.5. Exercises.

11.6. References.

CHAPTER 12 photo REGISTRATION.

12.1. Rigid-Body Transformation.

12.2. crucial Axes Registration.

12.3. Iterative central Axes Registration.

12.4. snapshot Landmarks and Features-Based Registration.

12.5. Elastic Deformation-Based Registration.

12.6. Exercises.

12.7. References.

CHAPTER thirteen photo VISUALIZATION.

13.1. Feature-Enhanced 2-D photo show Methods.

13.2. Stereo imaginative and prescient and Semi-3-D reveal Methods.

13.3. floor- and Volume-Based 3D demonstrate Methods.

13.4. VR-Based Interactive Visualization.

13.5. Exercises.

13.6. References.

CHAPTER 14 present AND destiny developments IN scientific IMAGING AND picture ANALYSIS.

14.1. Multiparameter clinical Imaging and Analysis.

14.2. certain Imaging.

14.3. Optical Imaging and different rising Modalities.

14.4. Model-Based and Multiscale Analysis.

14.5. References.

INDEX.

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