Handbook of Medical Imaging: Physics and psychophysics

Handbook of Medical Imaging: Physics and psychophysics

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A little more than 100 years after the discovery of x-rays, this three-volume set is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of the theory and current practice of Medical Imaging as we enter the 21st century. As evidenced by the variety of research described in these volumes, medical imaging is still undergoing very rapid change. In more than 50 chapters, well-known experts provide the most current information available for students, researchers and practitioners working in this exciting field. These useful volumes can be ordered as a set or individually.The goal of 3D ultrasound imaging is to overcome these limitations. Three- dimensional imaging will provide the diagnostician or therapist a more complete view of the anatomy, thereby reducing the ... Over the past two decades, many investigators have focused their efforts on the development of various types of 3D imaging ... However, because of the enormous demands on the computers needed to produce near-real-time and low-cost systems, most attempts did not succeed.

Title:Handbook of Medical Imaging: Physics and psychophysics
Author:Jacob Beutel, Harold L. Kundel, Richard L. Van Metter
Publisher:SPIE Press - 2000-01-01


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