Since its inception under the founding series editor, William R. Hendee, this series has reflected the cutting edge of science and technology developments in medical imaging and radiation therapy. The series encompasses all aspects of therapy and imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease, presenting essential physics, biology, and medicine together with detailed, critical discussion of the state of the art and expert perspectives on future directions. Individual titles cover the wide spectrum of therapeutic aspects and imaging modalities, from magnetic resonance imaging to ultrasound, computed tomography, optical imaging, and radiography. The target audience is advanced students, researchers, residents, scientists, and professionals in a range of fields, including medical physics, biomedical engineering, radiology, oncology, and allied disciplines.
New books in the series are commissioned by invitation. Authors are also welcome to contact the Series Editors (Dr. Bruce R. Thomadsen: [email protected]; Dr. David W. Jordan: [email protected]) or the publisher (Carolina Antunes, Physics Editor: [email protected]) to discuss new title ideas.
Introductory Biomedical Imaging Principles and Practice from Microscopy to MRI
Monte Carlo Techniques in Radiation Therapy Introduction, Source Modelling, and Patient Dose Calculations
Monte Carlo Techniques in Radiation Therapy Applications to Dosimetry, Imaging, and Preclinical Radiotherapy
Big Data in Radiation Oncology
Adaptive Motion Compensation in Radiotherapy
Dose, Benefit, and Risk in Medical Imaging
By Bethe A. Scalettar, James R. Abney
March 31, 2024
Imaging is everywhere. We use our eyes to see and cameras to take pictures. Scientists use microscopes and telescopes to peer into cells and out to space. Doctors use ultrasound, X-rays, radioisotopes, and MRI to look inside our bodies. If you are curious about imaging, open this textbook to learn ...
By Xiaofeng Yang
February 06, 2024
Image synthesis across and within medical imaging modalities is an active area of research with broad applications in radiology and radiation oncology. This book covers the principles and methods of medical image synthesis, along with state-of-the-art research. First, various traditional ...
By Aaron Fenster
December 22, 2023
3D ultrasound techniques have been increasingly used in diagnosis, minimally invasive image-guided interventions, and intra-operative surgical use. Today, most ultrasound system manufacturers provide 3D imaging capability as part of the systems. This availability has stimulated researchers to ...
By Gilmer Valdes, Lei Xing
August 14, 2023
This pioneering book explores how machine learning and other AI techniques impact millions of cancer patients who benefit from ionizing radiation. It features contributions from global researchers and clinicians, focusing on the clinical applications of machine learning for medical physics. AI and ...
By Frank Verhaegen, Joao Seco
December 03, 2021
About ten years after the first edition comes this second edition of Monte Carlo Techniques in Radiation Therapy: Introduction, Source Modelling, and Patient Dose Calculations, thoroughly updated and extended with the latest topics, edited by Frank Verhaegen and Joao Seco. This book aims to provide...
By Joao Seco, Frank Verhaegen
November 15, 2021
Thoroughly updated throughout, this second edition of Monte Carlo Techniques in Radiation Therapy: Applications to Dosimetry, Imaging, and Preclinical Radiotherapy, edited by Joao Seco and Frank Verhaegen, explores the use of Monte Carlo methods for modelling various features of internal and ...
By Ben Mijnheer
December 12, 2019
This book provides a first comprehensive summary of the basic principles, instrumentation, methods, and clinical applications of three-dimensional dosimetry in modern radiation therapy treatment. The presentation reflects the major growth in the field as a result of the widespread use of more ...
By Ruijiang Li, Lei Xing, Sandy Napel, Daniel L. Rubin
June 28, 2019
Radiomics and Radiogenomics: Technical Basis and Clinical Applications provides a first summary of the overlapping fields of radiomics and radiogenomics, showcasing how they are being used to evaluate disease characteristics and correlate with treatment response and patient prognosis. It explains ...
By Jun Deng, Lei Xing
March 20, 2019
Big Data in Radiation Oncology gives readers an in-depth look into how big data is having an impact on the clinical care of cancer patients. While basic principles and key analytical and processing techniques are introduced in the early chapters, the rest of the book turns to clinical applications,...
By Martin J. Murphy
November 28, 2018
External-beam radiotherapy has long been challenged by the simple fact that patients can (and do) move during the delivery of radiation. Recent advances in imaging and beam delivery technologies have made the solution—adapting delivery to natural movement—a practical reality. Adaptive Motion ...
By Lawrence T. Dauer, Bae P. Chu, Pat B. Zanzonico
October 30, 2018
This timely overview of dose, benefit, and risk in medical imaging explains to readers how to apply this information for informed decision-making that improves patient outcomes. The chapters cover patient and physician perspectives, referral guidelines, appropriateness criteria, and quantifying ...
By George C. Kagadis, Nancy L. Ford, Dimitrios N. Karnabatidis, George K. Loudos
April 12, 2016
The use of small animal models in basic and preclinical sciences constitutes an integral part of testing new pharmaceutical agents prior to their application in clinical practice. New imaging and therapeutic approaches need to be tested and validated first in animals before application to humans. ...