Diagnostic Imaging

Adaptive stereo medical image watermarking using non-corresponding blocks.

Publication Date: 
Jan 07, 2016

Today with the advent of technology in different medical imaging fields, the use of stereoscopic images has increased. Furthermore, with the rapid growth in telemedicine for remote diagnosis, treatment, and surgery, there is a need for watermarking.

Security Issues for Mobile Medical Imaging: A Primer.

Publication Date: 
Oct 15, 2015

The end-user of mobile device apps in the practice of clinical radiology should be aware of security measures that prevent unauthorized use of the device, including passcode policies, methods for dealing with failed login attempts, network manager-controllable passcode enforcement, and passcode e

Skin lesions image analysis utilizing smartphones and cloud platforms.

Publication Date: 
Jan 28, 2015

This chapter presents the state of the art on mobile teledermoscopy applications, utilizing smartphones able to store digital images of skin areas depicting regions of interest (lesions) and perform self-assessment or communicate the captured images with expert physicians.

Melanoma and other skin lesion detection using smart handheld devices.

Publication Date: 
Jan 28, 2015

Smartphones of the latest generation featuring advanced multicore processors, dedicated microchips for graphics, high-resolution cameras, and innovative operating systems provide a portable platform for running sophisticated medical screening software and delivering point-of-care patient diagnost

Use of mobile devices for medical imaging.

Publication Date: 
Dec 03, 2014

Mobile devices have fundamentally changed personal computing, with many people forgoing the desktop and even laptop computer altogether in favor of a smaller, lighter, and cheaper device with a touch screen.

Towards a low-cost mobile subcutaneous vein detection solution using near-infrared spectroscopy.

Journal Title: 
Publication Date: 
Jun 02, 2014

Excessive venipunctures are both time- and resource-consuming events, which cause anxiety, pain, and distress in patients, or can lead to severe harmful injuries.

Quantitative imaging with a mobile phone microscope.

Journal Title: 
Publication Date: 
May 14, 2014

Use of optical imaging for medical and scientific applications requires accurate quantification of features such as object size, color, and brightness.

Pages