Image-Processing Techniques for Tumor Detection
Robin N. Strickland
CRC Press, Apr 24, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 384 pages
"Provides a current review of computer processing algorithms for the identification of lesions, abnormal masses, cancer, and disease in medical images. Presents useful examples from numerous imaging modalities for increased recognition of anomolies in MRI, CT, SPECT and digital/film X-Ray."
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