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DICOM SliceThickness proximity

I do have DICOMs (Digital Images and COmmunications in Medicine) from several CT volumes where most volumes miss the SliceThickness and SliceLocation attribute. Is there another attribute usually ...
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Are there any real-world application in a bone fracture detection program?

Sorry if I'm asking in the wrong community, but here's where I think I can reach more people in the medical field. I am in engineering, for a project in my uni, I thought of doing a research on ...
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Does the number of teslas matter when evaluating a tendinopathy with an MRI scanner?

The number of teslas in MRI scanners vary between 0.2 and 7 teslas, and sometimes even up to 10.5 Teslas (Siemens MAGNETOM 10.5T) and 11.7 teslas (Siemens MAGNETOM 11.7T). Does the number of teslas ...
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Is increased blood flow always correlated with increased cerebral activity?

I've heard that cerebral fMRI (Functional magnetic resonance imaging) maps blood flow through the brain, and it is most of the time correlated with cerebral activity. What are the factors that can ...
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Is it possible to approximate through medical imaging how old a tendinopathy is?

Is it possible to approximate through medical imaging how old a tendinopathy is? My unsuccessful search so far: "tendinopathy age imaging" on https://scholar.google.com and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih....
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Time necessary between two consecutive head CTs

A patient (male, 39) who has had head trauma and reports light headaches and strong tinnitus has had a brain CT scan done soon after symptom onsets (but 5 weeks after the trauma). No contrast agent ...
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What does “cell analysis” mean in terms of medical imaging technique?

A paper says To validate the effectiveness of using A-GAN for data augmentation, we assessed its performance on cell analysis in adaptive optics retinal imaging, which is a rapidly-changing medical ...
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What is “adaptive optics retinal imaging”?

A paper says To validate the effectiveness of using A-GAN for data augmentation, we assessed its performance on cell analysis in adaptive optics retinal imaging, which is a rapidly-changing medical ...
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Alternative Imaging Method for Renal Contrast Media

The background of this research isn't important, so I won't waste time on it. For a portion of my research, I need to assess the capabilities of certain substances as renal contrast agents [basically ...
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What are the definitions of Time to Peak, Cerebral Blood Flow and Mean Transit Time?

I am trying to compute Time to Peak, Cerebral Blood Flow (CBF) and Mean Transit Time (MTT) maps in brain CT imaging. I tried to find the definitions or some articles but I am not from the medical ...
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Looking for MRI file repository for Finite Element Modeling of ACL

Does anyone know of any online/open access MRI image collections? I am looking for 3D geometry for an ACL to mesh and model for a Finite Element Modeling course, and I'm having trouble locating source ...
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What is the dynamic range on a film-based x-ray?

As the title asks, what is the dynamic range on a film-based x-ray? And what are the implications of this for digitally stored x-ray images?
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List of Organs by Vascular Density?

Could anyone please give me a list of the major organs in the human body with their vascular densities? 3D models and pictures of such are available, but calculating how much which organ has is very ...
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What are the upsides of performing a laryngoscopy through the nose (a.k.a. nasolaryngoscopy) instead of a laryngoscopy through the mouth?

I read on https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/007507.htm (mirror): Laryngoscopy may be done in different ways: Indirect laryngoscopy uses a small mirror held at the back of your throat. ...
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How can I measure my tendon length?

I read on Wikipedia's page on tendon (mirror): Tendon length varies in all major groups and from person to person. How can I measure my tendon length? I am mostly interested in the tendons that ...
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How accurate is reflectance confocal microscopy (RCM) to predict whether a basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is infiltrative or superficial?

Reflectance confocal microscopy (RCM) is a noninvasive imaging technique that has been used to diagnose basal cell carcinoma (BCC). How accurate is RCM to predict whether a BCC is infiltrative or ...