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Clinical Nuclear Medicine Physics with MATLAB (R)


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Table of Contents

1. Introduction - Maria Lyra Georgosopoulou

2. Image formation in Nuclear Medicine - Nefeli Lagopati

3. Nuclear Medicine Imaging Essentials - Nefeli Lagopati

4. Methods of Imaging Reconstruction in Nuclear Medicine - Maria Argyrou

5. Image Processing and Analysis in Nuclear Medicine - Antonios Georgantzoglou

6. 3D Volume Data in Nuclear Medicine - Christos Chatzigiannis

7. Quantification in Nuclear Medicine Imaging - Nefeli Lagopati

8. Quality Control of Nuclear Medicine Equipment - Maria Argyrou

9. Introduction to MATLAB and Basic MATLAB processes for Nuclear Medicine - Marios Sotiropoulos

10. Morphology of human organs in Nuclear Medicine - MATLAB commands - Elena Ttofi

11. Internal Dosimetry by MATLAB in Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine - Nefeli Lagopati

12. Pharmacokinetics in Nuclear Medicine-MATLAB use - Nefeli Lagopati

13. Nanotechnology in Nuclear Medicine-MATLAB use - Nefeli Lagopati

14. CASE Studies in Nuclear Medicine/ MATLAB Approach - Stella Synefia, Elena Ttofi, Nefeli Lagopati

About the Author

Maria Lyra Georgosopoulou, PhD, is an Associate Professor and Medical Physicist. She was an Associate Professor in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and a Radiation Protection Officer at Aretaeion Hospital. For twenty years she was the Scientific Director of the "Paediatric Nuclear Medical Imaging Center" (IATRIKI APEIKONISI /IA) in Athens, Greece. The integrating theme of her research has been applications of advanced technology to practical biomedical problems in Nuclear Medicine and Medical Ultrasound Image Processing and Evaluation.

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