Anthropomorphic Phantoms in Image Quality and Patient Dose Optimization
- A EUTEMPE Network book
- Kristina Bliznakova, Ivan Buliev, Zhivko Bliznakov
- December 2018
Anthropomorphic Phantoms in Image Quality and Patient Dose Optimization: A EUTEMPE Network book, and the EUTEMPE-NET course, is unique in providing advanced training for medical physicists in the field of diagnostic and interventional radiology. One of the modules in the EUTEMPE-NET course, entitled Anthropomorphic phantoms for optimization of dose and image quality in radiology, ensures this book is invaluable for medical physicists and biomedical engineers and individual in its form and content. The work focuses on the practical applications of anthropomorphic phantoms for research and educational purposes, and it includes tutorials and self-training examples.
About EditorsKristina Bliznakova is an associate professor at the Technical University of Varna, teaching computer programming and software development topics.
Ivan Buliev is an associate professor at the Technical University of Varna, teaching embedded systems, industrial electronics, medical electronics, biomedical signal processing and medical imaging.
Zhivko Bliznakov has been actively involved in the field of biomedical engineering, performing research and educational activities for the past two decades. He has also been managing a high number of national and European projects.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Implementation of the Module tn Anthropomorphic Phantoms
Chapter 2 – Introduction to Anthropomorphic Phantoms
Chapter 3 - Design and Composition of Anthroporphic Phantoms
Chapter 4 - Modelling and Simulation of X-Ray Imaging Techniques
Chapter 5 - Modelling of Breast Phantoms and Simulation of X-Ray Breast Imaging Techniques
Chapter 6 - Image Reconstruction Techniques
Chapter 7 - Virtual Studies with Anthropomorphic Phantoms
Chapter 8 - Computational Models as Prototypes of Physical Antropomorphic Phantoms
Hardback ISBN: 9780750313247
Ebook ISBN: 9780750313230
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing