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1st Edition

Advances in Computerized Analysis in Clinical and Medical Imaging

ISBN 9781138333291
Published November 14, 2019 by Chapman and Hall/CRC
280 Pages 178 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Advances in Computerized Analysis in Clinical and Medical Imaging book is devoted for spreading of knowledge through the publication of scholarly research, primarily in the fields of clinical & medical imaging. The types of chapters consented include those that cover the development and implementation of algorithms and strategies based on the use of geometrical, statistical, physical, functional to solve the following types of problems, using medical image datasets: visualization, feature extraction, segmentation, image-guided surgery, representation of pictorial data, statistical shape analysis, computational physiology and telemedicine with medical images.

This book highlights annotations for all the medical and clinical imaging researchers’ a fundamental advances of clinical and medical image analysis techniques. This book will be a good source for all the medical imaging and clinical research professionals, outstanding scientists, and educators from all around the world for network of knowledge sharing. This book will comprise high quality disseminations of new ideas, technology focus, research results and discussions on the evolution of Clinical and Medical image analysis techniques for the benefit of both scientific and industrial developments.


    • Research aspects in clinical and medical image processing
    • Human Computer Interaction and interface in imaging diagnostics
    • Intelligent Imaging Systems for effective analysis using machine learning algorithms
    • Clinical and Scientific Evaluation of Imaging Studies
    • Computer-aided disease detection and diagnosis
    • Clinical evaluations of new technologies
    • Mobility and assistive devices for challenged and elderly people

This book serves as a reference book for researchers and doctoral students in the clinical and medical imaging domain including radiologists. Industries that manufacture imaging modality systems and develop optical systems would be especially interested in the challenges and solutions provided in the book. Professionals and practitioners in the medical and clinical imaging may be benefited directly from authors’ experiences.

Table of Contents

1. A New Biomarker for Alzheimer’s Based on the Hippocampus Image

Through the Evaluation of the Surface Charge Distribution

[Aldo A. Belardi, Fernandho de O. Freitas, Rodrigo P. Bechelli, and

Rodrigo G. G. Piva]

2. Independent Vector Analysis of Non-Negative Image Mixture Model

for Clinical Image Separation

[D. Sugumar, P. T. Vanathi, Xiao-Zhi Gao, Felix Erdmann Ott, and

M. S. Aezhisai Vallavi]

3. Rationalizing of Morphological Renal Parameters and eGFR for Chronic

Kidney Disease Detection

[Deepthy Mary Alex, D. Abraham Chandy, and Anand Paul]

4. Human Computer Interface for Neurodegenerative Patients Using

Machine Learning Algorithms

[S. Ramkumar, G. Emayavaramban, J. Macklin Abraham Navamani, R. Renuga Devi,

A. Prema, B. Booba, and P. Sriramakrishnan]

5. Smart Mobility System for Physically Challenged People

[S. Sundaramahalingam, B. V. Manikandan, K. Banumalar, and S. Arockiaraj]

6. DHS: The Cognitive Companion for Assisted Living of the Elderly

[R. Krithiga]

7. Raspberry Pi Based Cancer Cell Detection Using Segmentation Algorithm

[S. Yogashri, S. Jayanthy, and C. Narendhar]

8. An AAC Communication Device for Patients with Total Paralysis

[Oshin R. Jacob and Sundar G. Naveen]

9. Case Studies on Medical Diagnosis Using Soft Computing Techniques

[Mary X. Anitha, Lina Rose, Aldrin Karunaharan, and Anand Pushparaj J.]

10. Alzheimer’s Disease Classification Using Machine Learning Algorithms

[S. Naganandhini, P. Shanmugavadivu, A. Asaithambi, and M. Mohammed

Mansoor Roomi]

11. Fetal Standard Plane Detection in Freehand Ultrasound Using Multi

Layered Extreme Learning Machine

[S. Jayanthi Sree and C. Vasanthanayaki]

12. Earlier Prediction of Cardiovascular Disease Using IoT and Deep Learning


[R. Sivaranjani and N. Yuvaraj]

13. Analysis of Heart Disease Prediction Using Various Machine Learning


[M. Marimuthu, S. Deivarani, and R. Gayathri]

14. Computer-Aided Detection of Breast Cancer on Mammograms: Extreme

Learning Machine Neural Network Approach

[Jayesh George M. and Perumal Sankar S.]

15. Deep Learning Segmentation Techniques for Checking the Anomalies

of White Matter Hyperintensities in Alzheimer’s Patients

[Antonitta Eileen Pious and Sridevi Unni]

16. Investigations on Stabilization and Compression of Medical Videos

[D. Raveena Judie Dolly, D. J. Jagannath, and R. Anup Raveen Jaison]

17. An Automated Hybrid Methodology Using Firefly Based Fuzzy Clustering

for Demarcation of Tissue and Tumor Region in Magnetic Resonance

Brain Images

[Saravanan Alagarsamy, Kartheeban Kamatchi, and Vishnuvarthanan Govindaraj]

18. A Risk Assessment Model for Alzheimer’s Disease Using Fuzzy

Cognitive Map

[S. Meenakshi Ammal and L. S. Jayashree]

19. Comparative Analysis of Texture Patterns for the Detection of Breast

Cancer Using Mammogram Images

[J. Shiny Christobel and J. Joshan Athanesious]

20. Analysis of Various Color Models for Endoscopic Images

[Caren Babu, Anand Paul, and D. Abraham Chandy]

21. Adaptive Fractal Image Coding Using Differential Scheme for

Compressing Medical Images

[P. Chitra, M. Mary Shanthi Rani, and V. Sivakumar]

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J. Dinesh Peter is currently working as Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Karunya Institute of Technology & Sciences, Coimbatore. Prior to this, he was a full time research scholar at National Institute of Technology, Calicut, India, from where he received his PhD in computer science and engineering. His research focus includes Big-data, image processing and computer vision. He has several publications in various reputed international journals and conference papers which are widely referred to. He is a member of IEEE, MICCAI, Computer Society of India and Institution of Engineers India and has served as session chairs and delivered plenary speeches for various international conferences and workshops. He has conducted many international conferences and been as editor for Springer proceedings and many special issues in journals.

Steven Lawrence Fernandes is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher in the area of deep learning under the guidance of Professor Sumit Kumar Jha at The University of Central Florida, USA. He also has postdoctoral research experience working at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. He has his Ph.D. in Computer Vision and Machine Learning from Karunya Institute of Technology & Sciences, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. His Ph.D work "Match Composite Sketch with Drone Images" has received patent notification (Patent Application Number: 2983/CHE/2015) from Government of India, Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks. He has received the prestigious US award from Society for Design and Process Science for his outstanding service contributions in the year 2017 and Young Scientist Award by Vision Group on Science and Technology, Government of Karnataka, India in the year 2014. He also received Research Grant from University of Houston Downtown, USA and The Institution of Engineers (India), Kolkata. He has collaborated with various Scientists, Professors, Researchers and jointly published more than 50 Research Articles which are in Science Citation Indexed (SCI) Journals.

Carlos E. Thomaz holds a degree in Electronic Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (1993), a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (1999), a PhD and a postdoctoral degree in Computer Science - Imperial College London (2005). He is a full professor at FEI's University Center. He has experience in the area of Computer Science, with emphasis on Pattern Recognition in Statistics, working mainly in the following subjects: Computational Vision, Computation in Medical Images and Biometrics.