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Medical image science

 

Medical image science comprises techniques and processes intended to create images of a person for medical purposes. It reaches across disciplines such as radiology, endoscopy, microscopy, image processing and visualization.

Radiology means imaging the inside of the human body for the purpose of making a diagnosis. The term medical radiology includes diagnostic radiology as well as intervention - treatment guided by images.

Development over the last few years of computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound and software for three-dimensional imaging offers entirely new opportunities for diagnosis and treatment. At the molecular and cellular level, the new techniques will make diagnosis possible before symptoms appear, and allow individually-adapted gene-based therapy with great precision. The surgery of the future will be bloodless and preserve healthy tissue.

Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV)

Scientists

Borga Magnus
Carlhäll Carl Johan
Dyverfeldt Petter
Ebbers Tino
Engström Maria
Engvall Jan
Gustafsson Håkan
Hansson Thomas
Janerot Sjöberg Birgitta
Karlsson Matts
Knutsson Hans
Landtblom Anne-Marie
Lenz Reiner
Lundberg Peter
Lundin Palmerius Karljohan
Länne Toste
de Muinck Ebo
Nylander Eva
Persson Anders
Sandborg Michael
Smedby Örjan
Ynnerman Anders 
 


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Last updated: 2014-01-08