Where necessary, software andspecific applications are described in depth. This book is intended for graduate and undergraduate students inphysics and engineering who want to study medical imaging.
Author: Alberto Del Guerra
Publisher: World Scientific
Ionizing Radiation Detectors for Medical Imaging contains tentechnical chapters, half of which are devoted to radiology and theother half to nuclear medicine. The last chapter describes thedetectors for radiotherapy and portal imaging. Each chapter addressescompletely a specific application. The emphasis is always on detectorfundamentals and detector properties. Where necessary, software andspecific applications are described in depth. This book is intended for graduate and undergraduate students inphysics and engineering who want to study medical imaging. Inaddition, scientists who are working in a specific sub-field ofmedical imaging can acquire from the book an up-to-date description ofthe state of the art in related sub-fields, within the scope ofionizing radiation detectors. Other scientists, as well as physicians, can use the book as a reference for medical imaging
This book will serve as the definitive source of detailed information on radiation, ionization, and detection in nuclear medicine.
Author: Tapan K. Gupta
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book will serve as the definitive source of detailed information on radiation, ionization, and detection in nuclear medicine. It opens by considering fundamental aspects of nuclear radiation, including dose and energy, sources, and shielding. Subsequent chapters cover the full range of relevant topics, including the detection and measurement of radiation exposure (with detailed information on mathematical modelling); medical imaging; the different types of radiation detector and their working principles; basic principles of and experimental techniques for deposition of scintillating materials; device fabrication; the optical and electrical behaviors of radiation detectors; and the instrumentation used in nuclear medicine and its application. The book will be an invaluable source of information for academia, industry, practitioners, and researchers.
With its combined coverage of new materials and innovative new system approaches, as well as a succinct overview of recent developments, this book is an invaluable tool for any engineer, professional, or student working in electronics or an ...
Author: Krzysztof Iniewski
Publisher: CRC Press
Semiconductor Radiation Detection Systems addresses the state-of-the-art in the design of semiconductor detectors and integrated circuit design, in the context of medical imaging using ionizing radiation. It addresses exciting new opportunities in X-ray detection, Computer Tomography (CT), bone dosimetry, and nuclear medicine (PET, SPECT). In addition to medical imaging, the book explores other applications of semiconductor radiation detection systems in security applications such as luggage scanning, dirty bomb detection, and border control. Features a chapter written by well-known Gamma-Ray Imaging authority Tadayuki Takahashi Assembled by a combination of top industrial experts and academic professors, this book is more than just a product manual. It is practical enough to provide a solid explanation of presented technologies, incorporating material that offers an optimal balance of scientific and academic theory. With less of a focus on math and physical details, the author concentrates more on exploring exactly how technologies are being used. With its combined coverage of new materials and innovative new system approaches, as well as a succinct overview of recent developments, this book is an invaluable tool for any engineer, professional, or student working in electronics or an associated field.
Presents the fundamental concepts of signal processing for all application areas of ionizing radiation This book provides a clear understanding of the principles of signal processing of radiation detectors.
Author: Mohammad Nakhostin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
"This book provides a clear understanding of the principles of signal processing of radiation detectors. It is designed to be a stand-alone book and no extensive pre-knowledge of electronics is assumed. To this end, the characteristics of pulses from various types of detectors are emphasized and an overview is given on the basic concepts required to understand detectors signal processing systems and pulse processing techniques. The author covers all important aspects of signal processing including energy spectroscopy, timing, position-sensing, pulse-shape discrimination and radiation intensity measurement. By reading this book, researchers, engineers, and graduate students working in disciplines such as nuclear physics and engineering, environmental and biomedical engineering, medical physics and radiological science will have the knowledge to optimize available systems or to setup their own experiments"--
Aimed at postgraduate researchers and practicing engineers, this book is a must for those serious about improving their understanding of electronics used in radiation detection.
Author: Krzysztof Iniewski
Publisher: CRC Press
There is a growing need to understand and combat potential radiation damage problems in semiconductor devices and circuits. Assessing the billion-dollar market for detection equipment in the context of medical imaging using ionizing radiation, Electronics for Radiation Detection presents valuable information that will help integrated circuit (IC) designers and other electronics professionals take full advantage of the tremendous developments and opportunities associated with this burgeoning field. Assembling contributions from industrial and academic experts, this book— Addresses the state of the art in the design of semiconductor detectors, integrated circuits, and other electronics used in radiation detection Analyzes the main effects of radiation in semiconductor devices and circuits, paying special attention to degradation observed in MOS devices and circuits when they are irradiated Explains how circuits are built to deal with radiation, focusing on practical information about how they are being used, rather than mathematical details Radiation detection is critical in space applications, nuclear physics, semiconductor processing, and medical imaging, as well as security, drug development, and modern silicon processing techniques. The authors discuss new opportunities in these fields and address emerging detector technologies, circuit design techniques, new materials, and innovative system approaches. Aimed at postgraduate researchers and practicing engineers, this book is a must for those serious about improving their understanding of electronics used in radiation detection. The information presented here can help you make optimal use of electronic detection equipment and stimulate further interest in its development, use, and benefits.
5,739,541 RADIATION DETECTOR MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEM ogy Oy, Tlurku,
Finland M. Jones, Pleasanton, and John R. ... A method for detecting ionizing
radiation comprising: providing a MOSFET transistor which includes a floating
The new edition has been fully updated to reflect the latest advances in technology and legislation and the needs of today's radiology trainees.
Author: Penelope Allisy-Roberts
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Previous ed. published as: Physics for medical imaging / R.F. Farr. c1997.
Now in its fourth edition, this text provides the reader with the tools necessary to be comfortable with the physical principles, equipment, and procedures used in diagnostic imaging, as well as appreciate the capabilities and limitations ...
Author: William R. Hendee
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This comprehensive publication covers all aspects of image formation in modern medical imaging modalities, from radiography, fluoroscopy, and computed tomography, to magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound. It addresses the techniques and instrumentation used in the rapidly changing field of medical imaging. Now in its fourth edition, this text provides the reader with the tools necessary to be comfortable with the physical principles, equipment, and procedures used in diagnostic imaging, as well as appreciate the capabilities and limitations of the technologies.
The Essential Physics of Medical Imaging, Second Edition provides key coverage of the clinical implications of technical principles--making this book great for board review.
Author: Jerrold T. Bushberg
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Developed from the authors' highly successful annual imaging physics review course, this new Second Edition gives readers a clear, fundamental understanding of the theory and applications of physics in radiology, nuclear medicine, and radiobiology. The Essential Physics of Medical Imaging, Second Edition provides key coverage of the clinical implications of technical principles--making this book great for board review. Highlights of this new edition include completely updated and expanded chapters and more than 960 illustrations. Major sections cover basic concepts, diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, and radiation protection, dosimetry, and biology. A Brandon-Hill recommended title.
Images of radioactivity localized within body organs and vascular spaces are
obtained with electronic systems that depict relative concentrations of activity.
Radiation detection is based upon the ability of radiation to ionize molecules.
Author: Dennis P. Swanson
tional aperture for forming a high resolution image would result in very low
gamma ray collection efficiency. ... The construction and operating characteristics
of xenonfilled Multiwire Proportional Chambers (MRPC) for nuclear medicine
imaging are described. ... A detector for ionizing radiation is described
comprising a semiconductor plate having electrode strips, which extend along
the upper surface of ...
Author: United States. Energy Research and Development Administration
Physics of medical imaging. The effects of number ... In either case , photons
exiting the patient or sample are detected by an ionizing radiation detector which
can consist of a single element or linear or planar element arrays . Emitted rays
Category: Imaging systems in medicine
This is the resource that engineers turn to in the study of radiation detection.
Author: Glenn F. Knoll
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
This is the resource that engineers turn to in the study of radiation detection. The fourth edition takes into account the technical developments that continue to enhance the instruments and techniques available for the detection and spectroscopy of ionizing radiation. New coverage is presented on ROC curves, micropattern gas detectors, new sensors for scintillation light, and the excess noise factor. Revised discussions are also included on TLDs and cryogenic spectrometers, radiation backgrounds, and the VME standard. Engineers will gain a strong understanding of the field with this updated book.
Physics of medical imaging Richard L. Van Metter, Jacob Beutel ... In either case ,
photons exiting the patient or sample are detected by an ionizing radiation
detector which can consist of a single element or linear or planar element arrays .
Author: Richard L. Van Metter
Category: Diagnostic imaging
Practical Nuclear Medicine Physics provides a readable explanation of the physics behind radiobiology, radiation detection, and molecular imaging with gamma and PET cameras.
Author: Daniel A. Pryma
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
In contrast to most anatomic radiographic imaging techniques, nuclear medicine permits real time, non-invasive imaging of human physiology and pathophysiology and also allows for exquisite targeting of disease with therapeutic radiology. To open this window to the processes of human disease, one must first understand the physical processes behind radioactive decay and emission, as well the principles of radiation detection. Practical Nuclear Medicine Physics provides residents and practitioners in nuclear medicine and radiology a readable explanation of the physics concepts underpinning nuclear imaging and how they impact the utilization and interpretation of those images. Following a brief introductory section, the book provides numerous case examples, illustrating various imaging artifacts and pitfalls that can be recognized and remedied with a solid understanding of the physics behind the procedure. Understanding and applying the physics behind nuclear medicine is essential to maximizing not only diagnostic and therapeutic accuracy for providing optimal patient care, but "Practical Physics" is a required portion of radiology residency education and a designated area of the board exams.
Yamaoka , T. Yamagami , M. Nomachi , H. Murakami Fiber Optic Ionizing
Radiation Detector J. J. Suter , J. C. Poret , M. Rosen Cerium - doped Lutetium
Oxyorthosilicate : A Fast , Efficient New Scintillator C. L. Melcher , J. S. Schweitzer
Category: Astronomical instruments
3311 Y. Eisen , A. Shor , I. Mardor Development of CdTe Nuclear Radiation
Detectors for Spectroscopy and Imaging Applications . ... Yasuda , Y. Agata , A.
Nakamura , T. Aoki , Y. Hatanaka Performance and Perspectives of a Gamma
Camera Based on CdZnTe for Medical Imaging . ... 3366 J. Perkins , H.
Krawczynski , P. Dowkontt Damage Induced by Ionizing Radiation on CdZnTe
and CdTe Detectors .
Category: Nuclear energy
The image is a twodimensional map of X - ray absorption by bound electrons of
the body's constituent atoms . ... amount of radioactive material into the body that
then decays within the body and emits radiation that can be detected using an
external detector . ... Unlike in X - ray or nuclear medicine imaging , ionizing
radiation is not used , making ultrasound a common procedure for patients who
are more ...
Author: Max Chang Wu
The detector then responds to the presence of radiation by detecting the
ionization - induced electrical currents and ... the variety of imaging systems used
in nuclear medicine , non - imaging equipment is essential for the function and
safety of ...
Author: Jeffrey Papp
Category: Diagnostic imaging
Quality Management in the Imaging Sciences is your day-to-day practical guide, because it contains all the QM maintenance and trouble-shooting information you need. It even covers Mammography, CT, MRI, Sonography, and Nuclear Medicine QM issues - and contains documentation forms to help you comply with QM standards. Quality Management in the Imaging Sciences provides a wealth of information for students and practitioners to prepare for the ARRT examination, and for technologists to succeed in delivery of high-quality services.
Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation. PART B. ΑΙ Atherton , J.V.
and ... An audit of radiotherapy patient doses measured with in vivo
semiconductor detectors . Br . J. Radiol . ... Radiation dose due to nuclear
medicine practice in Ghana . Health Phys . ... A19 Adam , A. The definition of
interventional radiology ( or , “ When is a barium enema an interventional
procedure ? ” ' ) . Eur . Radiol .
Author: United Nations. Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation
Publisher: United Nations Publications