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The Handbook of Medical Image Perception and Techniques

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Ehsan Samei, Elizabeth Krupinski, Harold Kundel, Calvin Nodine, Arthur Burgess, Robert Wagner, David Manning, Kevin Berbaum, Edmund Franken, Robert Caldwell, Kevin Schartz, Claudia Mello-Thoms, Robert Saunders, Maria Petrou, Xiang Li, Georgia Tourassi, Steve Hillis, Dev Chakraborty, Craig Abbey, Miguel Eckstein, Matthew Kupinski, Maryellen Giger, Weijie Chen, Yulei Jiang, Matthew Freedman, Teresa Osicka, Michael Ulissey, Ronald Summers, Eugenio Alberdi, Andrey Povyakalo, Lorenzo Strigini, Peter Ayton, Jeff Siewerdson, Kent Ogden, Walter Huda, Margarita Zuley, Richard Van Metter, Hans Roehrig, Carl Zylack
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  • Date Published: July 2014
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107424630

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  • This state-of-the-art book reviews key issues and methods in medical image perception research through associated techniques, illustrations and examples. Written by key figures in the field, the book covers a range of topics including the history of medical image perception research, the basics of vision and cognition, and dedicated application areas, especially those concerned with the interface between the clinician and the display of medical image data. It summarizes many of the basic techniques used to conduct and analyze medical image perception and observer performance research, allowing readers to understand basic research techniques so they can adopt them for use in their own studies. Written for both newcomers to the field and experienced researchers, this book provides a broad overview of medical image perception, and will serve as a reference volume for years to come.

    • Summarises the state-of-the-art in medical image perception
    • Contains contributions from key figures in the field
    • Readers will be able to understand basic research techniques, and adopt them for use in their own studies
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    • Date Published: July 2014
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107424630
    • length: 438 pages
    • dimensions: 279 x 216 x 23 mm
    • weight: 1.01kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Medical image perception Ehsan Samei and Elizabeth Krupinski
    Part I. Historical Reflections and Theoretical Foundations:
    2. A short history of image perception in medical radiology Harold Kundel and Calvin Nodine
    3. Spatial vision research without noise Arthur Burgess
    4. Signal detection theory, a brief history Arthur Burgess
    5. Signal detection in radiology Arthur Burgess
    6. Lessons from dinners with the giants of modern image science Robert Wagner
    Part II. Science of Image Perception:
    7. Perceptual factors in reading medical images Elizabeth Krupinski
    8. Cognitive factors in reading medical images David Manning
    9. Satisfaction of search in traditional radiographic imaging Kevin Berbaum, Edmund Franken, Robert Caldwell and Kevin Schartz
    10. The role of expertise in radiologic image interpretation Calvin Nodine and Claudia Mello-Thoms
    11. A primer of image quality and its perceptual relevance Robert Saunders and Ehsan Samei
    12. Beyond the limitations of human vision Maria Petrou
    Part III. Perception Metrology:
    13. Logistical issues in designing perception experiments Ehsan Samei and Xiang Li
    14. ROC analysis: basic concepts and practical applications Georgia Tourassi
    15. Multi-reader ROC Steve Hillis
    16. Recent developments in FROC methodology Dev Chakraborty
    17. Observer models as a surrogate to perception experiments Craig Abbey and Miguel Eckstein
    18. Implementation of observer models Matthew Kupinski
    Part IV. Decision Support and Computer Aided Detection:
    19. CAD: an image perception perspective Maryellen Giger and Weijie Chen
    20. Common designs of CAD studies Yulei Jiang
    21. Perceptual effect of CAD in reading chest images Matthew Freedman and Teresa Osicka
    22. Perceptual issues in mammography and CAD Michael Ulissey
    23. How perceptual factors affect the use and accuracy of CAD for interpretation of CT images Ronald Summers
    24. CAD: risks and benefits for radiologists' decisions Eugenio Alberdi, Andrey Povyakalo, Lorenzo Strigini and Peter Ayton
    Part V. Optimization and Practical Issues:
    25. Optimization of 2D and 3D radiographic systems Jeff Siewerdson
    26. Applications of AFC methodology in optimization of CT imaging systems Kent Ogden and Walter Huda
    27. Perceptual issues in reading mammograms Margarita Zuley
    28. Perceptual optimization of display processing techniques Richard Van Metter
    29. Optimization of display systems Elizabeth Krupinski and Hans Roehrig
    30. Ergonomic radiologist workplaces in the PACS environment Carl Zylack
    Part VI. Epilogue:
    31. Future prospects of medical image perception Ehsan Samei and Elizabeth Krupinski
    Index.

  • Editors

    Ehsan Samei, Duke University, North Carolina
    Ehsan Samei is a Professor of Radiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Physics at Duke University where he serves as the Director of the Duke Advanced Imaging Laboratories (DAI Labs) and the Directory of Graduate Studies for Medical Physics. His current interests include medical image formation, analysis, display, and perception, with particular focus on quantitative and molecular imaging.

    Elizabeth Krupinski, University of Arizona
    Elizabeth Krupinski is a Research Professor at the University of Arizona in the Departments of Radiology, Psychology and Public Health. She is the Associate Director of Evaluation and Assessment for the Arizona Telemedicine Program, President of the Medical Image Perception Society and serves on the editorial boards of a number of journals in both radiology and telemedicine.

    Contributors

    Ehsan Samei, Elizabeth Krupinski, Harold Kundel, Calvin Nodine, Arthur Burgess, Robert Wagner, David Manning, Kevin Berbaum, Edmund Franken, Robert Caldwell, Kevin Schartz, Claudia Mello-Thoms, Robert Saunders, Maria Petrou, Xiang Li, Georgia Tourassi, Steve Hillis, Dev Chakraborty, Craig Abbey, Miguel Eckstein, Matthew Kupinski, Maryellen Giger, Weijie Chen, Yulei Jiang, Matthew Freedman, Teresa Osicka, Michael Ulissey, Ronald Summers, Eugenio Alberdi, Andrey Povyakalo, Lorenzo Strigini, Peter Ayton, Jeff Siewerdson, Kent Ogden, Walter Huda, Margarita Zuley, Richard Van Metter, Hans Roehrig, Carl Zylack

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