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ORIGINAL JOURNAL ARTICLES
- Quantitative susceptibility mapping across two clinical field strengths: Contrast‐to‐noise ratio enhancement at 1.5T
Ippoliti M, Adams LC, Brenner W, Hamm B, Spincemaille P, Wang Y, Makowski MR. J Magn Reson Imaging 2018; 48: 1410–1420.
Bertalan G, Guo J, Tzschätzsch H, Klein C, Barnhill E, Sack I, Braun J. Magn Reson Med 2018; 1–12.
Guardiola G, Prezado Y, Roulin C, Bergs J. Clin Transl Rad Oncol 2018; 13: 7-13.
- In vivo time-harmonic ultrasound elastography of the human brain detects acute cerebral stiffness changes induced by intracranial pressure variations
Tzschätzsch H, Kreft B, Schrank F, Bergs J, Braun J, and Sack I. Sci Rep 2018; 18(1): 17888.
- Tumor Control in RG2 Glioma-Bearing Rats: A Comparison Between Proton Minibeam Therapy and Standard Proton Therapy
Prezado Y, Jouvion G, Guardiola C, Gonzalez W, Juchaux M, Bergs J, Nauraye C, Labiod D, De Marzi L, Pouzoulet F, Patriarca A, Dendale R. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2019, in press.
- Porous medium 3D flow simulation of contrast media washout in cardiac MRI reflects myocardial injury
BIOQIC book “Quantification of Biophysical Parameters in Medical Imaging” available online now! – or on Amazon
The eBook can be downloaded here and is suitable for most mobile reading devices.
The book, edited by Ingolf Sack and Tobias Schaeffter, provides a selection of essential knowledge on the image-based quantification of biophysical parameters for the purpose of clinical diagnosis. The authors regard clinical imaging scanners as physical measurement systems capable of quantifying intrinsic parameters for depiction of the constitution and biophysical properties of in vivo tissue. On the one hand, this approach supports the development of new methods of imaging highly reproducible, system-independent, and quantitative biomarkers, and these methods receive detailed attention in the book. On the other hand, the reader will also gain a deeper understanding of how physical tissue properties interact with the generation of signals in medical imaging, opening new windows on the intricate and fascinating relationship between the structure and function of living tissues. The book will be of interest to all who recognize the limitations of basing clinical diagnosis primarily on visual inspection of images and who wish to learn more about the diagnostic potential of quantitative and biophysics-based medical imaging markers and the challenges that the paucity of such markers poses for next-generation imaging technologies.
1 Introduction: Medical Imaging for the Quantitative Measurement of Biophysical Parameters – Ingolf Sack and Tobias Schaeffter
Part I Biological and Physical Fundamentals
2 The Fundamentals of Transport in Living Tissues Quantified by Medical Imaging Technologies – Sebastian Hirsch, Tobias Schaeffter, and Ingolf Sack
3 Mathematical Modeling of Blood Flow in the Cardiovascular System – Alfonso Caiazzo and Irene E. Vignon-Clementel
4 A Biphasic Poroelasticity Model for Soft Tissue – Sebastian Hirsch
5 Physical Properties of Single Cells and Collective Behavior – Hans Kubitschke, Erik W. Morawetz, Josef A. Käs, and Jörg Schnauß
6 The Extracellular Matrix as a Target for Biophysical and Molecular Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Angela Ariza de Schellenberger, Judith Bergs, Ingolf Sack, and Matthias Taupitz
Part II Medical Imaging Technologies
7 Mathematical Methods in Medical Image Processing – Gitta Kutyniok, Jackie Ma, and Maximilian März
8 Acceleration Strategies for Data Sampling in MRI – Christoph Kolbitsch and Tobias Schaeffter
9 4D Flow MRI – Sebastian Schmitter and Susanne Schnell
10 CEST MRI – Martin Kunth and Leif Schröder
11 Innovative PET and SPECT Tracers – Ulrich Abram
12 Methods and Approaches in Ultrasound Elastography – Heiko Tzschätzsch
13 Photoacoustic Imaging: Principles and Applications – Jan Laufer
14 Fundamentals of X-Ray Computed Tomography: Acquisition and Reconstruction – Marc Dewey and Marc Kachelrieß
Part III Applications
15 Quantification of Myocardial Effective Transverse Relaxation Time with Magnetic Resonance at 7.0 Tesla for a Better Understanding of Myocardial (Patho)physiology – Till Huelnhagen, Teresa Serradas-Duarte, Fabian Hezel, Katharina Paul, and Thoralf Niendorf
16 Extracellular Matrix-Specific Molecular MR Imaging Probes for the Assessment of Aortic Aneurysms – Julia Brangsch, Carolin Reimann, and Marcus R. Makowski
17 Diffusion-Based MRI: Imaging Basics and Clinical Applications – Michael Scheel
18 Quantification of Functional Heterogeneities in Tumors by PET Imaging – Winfried Brenner, Florian Wedel, and Janet F. Eary
19 Tumor Characterization by Ultrasound Elastography and Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound – Thomas Fischer, Anke Thomas, and Dirk-André Clevert
20 Sensitivity of Tissue Shear Stiffness to Pressure and Perfusion in Health and Disease – Jing Guo, Florian Dittmann, and Jürgen Braun
21 Radionuclide Imaging of Cerebral Blood Flow – Ralph Buchert
22 Cardiac Perfusion MRI – Amedeo Chiribiri
23 Myocardial Perfusion Assessment by 3D and 4D Computed Tomography – Marc Dewey and Marc Kachelrieß