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Editor(s): Toshiyuki Hata
Co-Editor(s): Asim Kurjak and Shiro Kozuma
eISBN: 978-1-60805-019-2, 2009
Author(s): Wael AlJaroudi
eISBN: 978-1-60805-088-8, 2010
With the success in the surgical treatment of congenital heart disease, the population of adults with congenital heart disease requiring imaging is soaring. The Role of Imaging in Adults with Congenital Heart Disease: A State-of-the-Art Review is a practical reference guide that covers each major category of congenital heart disease, providing an overview of the diseases as well as specific imaging recommendations for each disease. This Ebook has been written for cardiologists who encounter adults with congenital heart disease in clinical practice as an aid to help these patients with appropriate imaging. Additionally, the Ebook includes numerous color illustrations of the imaging modalities used, as well as a full appendix of additional images. It also includes a summary of the 2008 ACC/AHA Guidelines for Management of Adults with Congenital Heart Disease as a second appendix. It is considered essential reading for practitioners in this field.
Editor(s): Edward Araujo Junior and Wellington de Paula Martins
eISBN: 978-1-68108-209-7, 2016
Advanced Topics on Three-Dimensional Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology is a comprehensive and handy guide for sonographers, obstetricians, gynecology and radiology professionals, and all technicians working in ultrasound laboratories who are interested in taking advantage of all the resources provided by this imaging technique.
The book is divided in three sections which give information on a variety of relevant topics:
• Three-Dimensional Ultrasound Instrumentation and Technology. This section explains different ultrasound methods that can be used for three-dimensional imaging. It is complemented by a discussion on how to use the techniques in telemedicine.
• The Use of Three-Dimensional Ultrasound During Pregnancy. This section explains the methods used to assess fetal organs, behavior and defects during different stages of pregnancy.
• The Use of Three-Dimensional Ultrasound When Evaluating Female Reproductive Physiology. This section covers diagnostic procedures for ovarian and uterine abnormalities and neoplasms.
Author(s): Fuk-hay Tang
eISBN: 978-1-68108-717-7, 2018
ISBN: 978-1-68108-718-4 ISSN: 2589-9406 (Print) ISSN: 2589-9414 (Online)
Medical Imaging Technologies and Methods for Health Care provides timely, evidence-based information that helps readers understand innovations in medical imaging. These innovations are computer / imaging based technologies which are set to have a bigger impact on the detection and management of human diseases.
This volume covers:
-Image processing and analyses
-Computer-aided diagnosis and detection
-Data mining in medical imaging
-Mobile picture archiving and communications systems (PACS)
-Image analytic methods in bone mineral density and detection of Alzheimer’s disease
-Biomedical engineering methods applied in biomedical imaging
This volume is intended as a useful resource for undergraduate and post-graduate students in medical imaging technology, radiographers, doctors, biomedical engineers, researchers and practitioners in health care.
Author(s): Leonid Yaroslavsky
eISBN: 978-981-14-7181-0, 2020
ISBN: 978-981-14-7179-7 ISSN: 2737-4645 (Print) ISSN: 1879-4432 (Online)
How to Optimally Sample and Resample Images: Theory and Methods Using MATLAB provides updated formulations of image sampling theory and practical algorithms of image sampling with sampling rates close to the theoretical minimum, and also introduces interpolation error-free methods of image resampling. Readers will be informed about relevant principles and applications of image sampling with the help of MATLAB©. The information presented in the book, across 9 chapters, will help readers to understand processes that make analog to digital signal conversion efficient for modern imaging devices.
- Introduces readers to classical sampling theorems
- Presents updated information about image sampling and resampling formulations with reference to theoretical minimums
- Presents information on practical and fast sampling algorithms
- Presents information about interpolation error-free methods of image resampling
- Presents examples of applications of the described methods
- Is supplemented by a MATLAB© program package for exercising knowledge.
The book is a suitable handbook for engineers and technicians involved in imaging engineering and related applications as well as engineering students learning about digital signal processing techniques.