Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Thomas Yankeelov, Ronald R. Price, and David R. Pickens|
|Series||Imaging in medical diagnosis and therapy, Imaging in medical diagnosis and therapy|
|LC Classifications||RC270.3.M33 Q83 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011018372|
Part 5 is dedicated to emerging trends and has 3 chapters dealing with MRI in radiation therapy planning, molecular and cellular imaging, and hyperpolarized MRI of cancer. This book presents a range of quantitative MRI methods for assessing tumor biology, including biophysical and theoretic explanation of the most relevant MRI techniques as Cited by: 8. Basic Information: Year: Page Number: File Type: PDF File Size: MB Authors/ Editiors: Thomas E. Yankeelov. The book is organized as a self-contained resource with five major parts: “Physical Basis of Magnetic Resonance Imaging,” “Characterizing Tissue Properties with Endogenous Contrast Mechanisms,” “Characterizing Tissue Properties with Exogenous Contrast Agents,” “Image Processing in Cancer,” and “Emerging Trends.”. Get this from a library! Quantitative MRI in cancer. [Thomas Yankeelov; David R Pickens; Ronald R Price;] -- "Recent years have seen a tremendous explosion in both the number and quantity of imaging techniques that can be applied in the quantitative characterization of cancer.
Quantitative MRI (QMRI) is gaining increasing interest among radiologists and other clinicians who are intrigued with the ability of QMRI to assess and measure the pathophysiological processes involved in the development of neoplasia with high precision. Quantitative MRI in Cancer. Edited by Thomas E. Yankeelov, David R. Pickens, and Ronald R. Price. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, pp., $ hardcover (ISBN: )Author: Jamie R. Ledford. Quantitative MRI in Cancer is part of a larger series edited by William Hendee. There are about 15 titles currently in the series, Imaging in Medical Diagnosis and Therapy. Some of the titles are still forthcoming. The first part of the book concentrates on the physical basis of : Jamie R. Ledford. Quantitative MRI in Cancer. Editors: T. E. Yankeelov, D. R. Pickens, and R. R. Price, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL, Hardcover, pp. Price: $
called ‘quantitative MR’. The scope of this has at least in part been defined by the book on the subject 1, and also by courses on the subject run by ISMRM. 2. The paradigmatic shift in quantitative MR is that the MRI scanner is no longer seen as a camera, but a scientific measuring instrument. Thus notions of accuracy (closeness to the. A practical book for both the research and medical communities “Paul Tofts has succeeded brilliantly in capturing the essence of what needs to become the future of radiology in particular, and medicine in general – quantitative measurements of disease.” Robert I. Grossman, M.D. and therapy quantitative mri in cancer is part of a larger series the future role of imaging in cancer management is shown in figure 2 and is concerned with pre symptomatic minimally invasive and targeted therapy early diagnosis has been the major factor in the reduction of mortality and cancer. And while some affected tissue, like tumors and lesions, are easy to see on a regular, unitless MRI scan, other tissue with elevated T1 doesn’t look visibly different on MRI than healthy tissue. That’s where quantitative images that measure T1 (“T1 maps”) come in.