In Vivo Clinical Imaging and Diagnosis

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Date

June 1, 2011

Format

Electronic book text, 384 pages

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0071626840 / 9780071626842

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Overview


Main description

Cutting-edge in vivo imaging technologies and diagnostic techniques

In Vivo Clinical Imaging and Diagnosis features full-color, high-resolution images and describes optical imaging and diagnostic systems in development for in vivo use. Written by renowned experts in the field, this pioneering work contains comprehensive details on the latest breakthroughs in microscopic imaging techniques, macroscopic and wide-field imaging, and clinical spectroscopy.

Coverage includes:

  • In vivo confocal reflectance microscopy of skin
  • In vivo microendoscopy
  • Optical coherence tomography of the eye
  • Optical coherence tomography in cardiology, gastroenterology, and pulmonary applications
  • In vivo photoacoustic tomography
  • In vivo spectral imaging from the laboratory to the clinic
  • Clinical diffuse optical imaging: techniques and applications
  • Clinical applications of UV-VIS optical spectroscopy in head and neck, breast, and cervical cancers
  • Near-infrared diffuse optical spectroscopic imaging of breast cancer
  • Raman spectroscopy diagnosis of breast cancer and atherosclerosis


Table of contents

Section I. Advances in Microscopic Imaging

a. Confocal Microscopy of cancer
i. Rebecca Richards-Kortum, Rice University
ii. Allen Halpern, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

b. Non-linear microscopy of cancer and brain function
i. Peter So, MIT
ii. Jerome Mertz, Boston University
iii. Elizabeth Hillman, Hillman, Columbia University

c. Optical Coherence Tomography of cancer and ocular disease
i. Steven Boppart, University of Illinois
ii. James Fujimoto, MIT
iii. Yu Chen, University of Maryland

d. Microscopic Endoscopy in the GI Tract
i. Brett Bouma/Gary Tearney, Harvard University
ii. Thomas Wang, University of Michigan
iii. Chris Contag, O. Solgaard, G. Kino, Stanford University

Section II. Macroscopic/Wide Field Imaging

a. Opto-acoustic imaging of cancer
i. Lihong Wang, Washington University
ii. Stas Emelianov, University of Texas

b. Molecular Imaging for proteomics, genomics andcancer
i. Vasilis Ntziachristos, Helmholz Center Munich
ii. Ralph Weissleder, Harvard University
iii. John Frangioni, Harvard University

c. Diffuse Optical Tomography of breast cancer andbrain function
i. Arjun Yodh, University of Pennsylvania
ii. David Boas, Massachusetts General Hospital
iii. Keith Paulsen, Dartmouth College

d. Speckle imaging of brain function for stroke
i. Andrew Dunn, University of Texas
ii. Bernard Choi, University of California, Irvine

e. Hyperspectral imaging of cancer
i. Brian Sorg, University of Florida
ii. Tuan Vo-Dinh, Duke University

Section III. Clinical Spectroscopy Systems

a. Reflectance/Fluorescence diagnosis of breast,skin, ovary and cervical cancer
i. Irving Bigio, Boston University
ii. Michael Feld, MIT
iii. Nirmala Ramanujam, Duke University
iv. Bruce Tromberg, Beckman Laser Institute and Medical Clinic, University of California, Irvine
v. Rebekah Drezek, Rice University

b. Raman Spectroscopy of brain and breast cancer
i. Anita Mahadevan-Jansen, Vanderbilt University
ii. Abbey Haka/Michael Feld, MIT - Breast Cancer

c. Novel spectroscopic techniques for prostatecancer detection
i. Adam Wax, Duke University
ii. Vadim Backman, Northwestern University


Author comments

James Tunnell is an assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Principal Investigator at the Biophotonics Laboratory at The University of Texas at Austin.





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