MIPAV

The MIPAV (Medical Image Processing, Analysis, and Visualization) application enables quantitative analysis and visualization of medical images of numerous modalities such as PET, MRI, CT, or microscopy.
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A JAVA environment for medical image data analysis: initial application for brain PET quantitation. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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An open medical imaging workstation architecture for platform-independent 3-D medical image processing and visualization. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Motion detection and correction for dynamic ( 15)O-water myocardial perfusion PET studies. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Undergraduate biomedical imaging education. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Changes in chromatin structure and mobility in living cells at sites of DNA double-strand breaks. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Radio frequency ablation registration, segmentation, and fusion tool. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Brain volume measurements in patients with human T-cell lymphotropic virus-1-associated tropical spastic paraparesis. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Artificially introduced aneuploid chromosomes assume a conserved position in colon cancer cells. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Topology preserving tissue classification with fast marching and topology templates. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Localization to atherosclerotic plaque and biodistribution of biochemically derivatized superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) contrast particles for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017