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Handbook of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging for Physicists Instrumentation and Imaging Procedures, Volume I
A Practical Approach to Medical Image Processing
Achieving Quality in Brachytherapy
Handbook of Photonics for Biomedical Science
By Katarzyna J. Blinowska, Jaroslaw Zygierewicz
September 30, 2021
Covering the latest cutting-edge techniques in biomedical signal processing while presenting a coherent treatment of various signal processing methods and applications, this second edition of Practical Biomedical Signal Analysis Using MATLAB® also offers practical guidance on which procedures are ...
Edited By Michael Ljungberg
September 01, 2021
This state-of-the-art handbook, the first in a series that provides medical physicists with a comprehensive overview into the field of nuclear medicine, is dedicated to instrumentation and imaging procedures in nuclear medicine. It provides a thorough treatment on the cutting-edge technologies ...
Edited By Maria Lyra Georgosopoulou
July 29, 2021
The use of MATLAB® in clinical Medical Physics is continuously increasing, thanks to new technologies and developments in the field. However, there is a lack of practical guidance for students, researchers, and medical professionals on how to incorporate it into their work. Focusing on the areas of...
Edited By Jinzhong Yang, Gregory C. Sharp, Mark J. Gooding
April 19, 2021
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to current state-of-the-art auto-segmentation approaches used in radiation oncology for auto-delineation of organs-of-risk for thoracic radiation treatment planning. Containing the latest, cutting edge technologies and treatments, it explores ...
Edited By Johan Helmenkamp, Robert Bujila, Gavin Poludniowski
November 24, 2020
Imaging modalities in radiology produce ever-increasing amounts of data which need to be displayed, optimized, analyzed and archived: a "big data" as well as an "image processing" problem. Computer programming skills are rarely emphasized during the education and training of medical physicists, ...
By Elizabeth Berry
July 10, 2020
The ability to manipulate and analyze pictorial information to improve medical diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy via imaging is a valuable tool that every professional working in radiography, medical imaging, and medical physics should utilize. However, previous texts on the subject have only ...
By S. Webb
June 30, 2020
The most important radiotherapy modality used today, intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), is the most technologically advanced radiotherapy cancer treatment available, rapidly replacing conformal and three-dimensional techniques. Because of these changes, oncologists and radiotherapists ...
By Vassilka Tabakova
May 12, 2020
The need for qualified specialists to work with and apply sophisticated technology in contemporary medicine is rapidly growing. Professional bodies predict that meeting the needs of healthcare globally will require almost tripling the number of Medical Physicists by 2035. Similar challenges exist ...
By B.R. Thomadsen
November 04, 2019
Achieving Quality in Brachytherapy addresses the main issues that often prevent correct delivery of brachytherapy treatment. The book explains how to set up a functional quality assurance program in brachytherapy and covers all the steps needed to undertake particular treatment plans, from the ...
Edited By Haishan Zeng
October 21, 2019
Combining a professional development course on diagnostic endoscopy from SPIE (the international society advancing light-based research) and the authors’ graduate course on biomedical optics, this work is written for researchers in medical optics and biomedical engineering as well as graduate ...
Edited By L. Tugan Muftuler
October 21, 2019
In the medical imaging field, clinicians and researchers are increasingly moving from the qualitative assessment of printed images to the quantitative evaluation of digital images since the quantitative techniques often improve diagnostic accuracy and complement clinical assessments by providing ...
Edited By Valery V. Tuchin
October 07, 2019
The Handbook of Photonics for Biomedical Science analyzes achievements, new trends, and perspectives of photonics in its application to biomedicine. With contributions from world-renowned experts in the field, the handbook describes advanced biophotonics methods and techniques intensively developed...