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Modalities Using Non-Ionizing
Electromagnetic Radiation
August 10, 2003

Online help is available Abstract Submission - Category Descriptions
     
Category Sub-Category (if applicable) Definition
Instrumentation
  Applied potential tomography
Autofluorescence imaging
Confocal laser scanning
Diffuse optical tomography
Hyperspectral imaging
Microwave imaging
Near infrared imaging
Optical coherence tomography
Optical/infrared surface shape scanning
Remitted light imaging
Terahertz frequency imaging
Thermal imaging
Video capillaroscopy
Other
Any submission primarily concerned with the development of medical imaging modalities using non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation. Likely sub-categories are given, but if your modality is not listed please use "Other". Note that ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging are excluded from this symposium
Image Analysis and Understanding Techniques
  Model-based interpretation
Image reconstruction
Image registration
Multi-modality methods
Segmentation
Classification
Shape and volume analysis
Texture analysis
Image enhancement
Measurement of physical parameters (flow, oxygenation, etc.)
Dynamic Analysis
Visualization
Other
Any submission with a focus on medical image analysis or understanding applied to medical imaging modalities using non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation. The images on which the analysis is performed include (but are not restricted to) applied potential tomography, autofluorescence imaging, confocal laser scanning, diffuse optical tomography, hyperspectral imaging, microwave imaging, near infrared imaging, optical coherence tomography, optical/infrared surface shape scanning, remitted light imaging, terahertz frequency imaging, thermal imaging, video capillaroscopy. Note that ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging are excluded from this symposium
Specific Applications
    Any submission concerned with one or more of the qualifying imaging modalities (see above) that does not fall into the first two categories. Examples include comparative evaluations, quality assurance, safety, and clinical applications such as neurology, dermatology, ophthalmology, oncology, GI tract, cardiovascular, mammographic applications, reconstructive surgery, molecular imaging, or novel clinical applications.