Visualization in Medicine and Life Sciences III: Towards Making an Impact

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Lars Linsen, Bernd Hamann, Hans-Christian Hege
Springer, May 21, 2016 - Mathematics - 352 pages
The book discusses novel visualization techniques driven by the needs in medicine and life sciences as well as new application areas and challenges for visualization within these fields. It presents ideas and concepts for visual analysis of data from scientific studies of living organs or to the delivery of healthcare. Target scientific domains include the entire field of biology at all scales - from genes and proteins to organs and populations - as well as interdisciplinary research based on technological advances such as bioinformatics, biomedicine, biochemistry, or biophysics. Moreover, they comprise the field of medicine and the application of science and technology to healthcare problems. This book does not only present basic research pushing the state of the art in the field of visualization, but it also documents the impact in the fields of medicine and life sciences.
 

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Contents

Part II Visualization of 3D Medical Images
70
Part III Visualization for DiffusionWeighted Imaging
155
Part IV Cohort Studies and TimeVarying Phenomena
219
Part V Visualization in Life Sciences
285
Author Index
350
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