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Quantitative Imaging: Techniques, Applications, and Challenges

E Jackson

M McNitt-Gray

R Jeraj

Y Cao

E Jackson1*, M McNitt-Gray2*, R Jeraj3*, Y Cao4*, (1) University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, (2) UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, (3) University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, (4) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI


MO-E-12A-1 Monday 1:45PM - 3:45PM Room: 12A

The first symposium in the Quantitative Imaging Track focused on the introduction of quantitative imaging (QI) by illustrating the potential of QI in diagnostic and therapeutic applications in research and patient care, highlighting key challenges in implementation of such QI applications, and reviewing QI efforts of selected national and international agencies and organizations, including the FDA, NCI, NIST, and RSNA. This second QI symposium will focus more specifically on the techniques, applications, and challenges of QI. The first talk of the session will focus on modality-agnostic challenges of QI, beginning with challenges of the development and implementation of QI applications in single-center, single-vendor settings and progressing to the challenges encountered in the most general setting of multi-center, multi-vendor settings. The subsequent three talks will focus on specific QI challenges and opportunities in the modality-specific settings of CT, PET/CT, and MR. Each talk will provide information on modality-specific QI techniques, applications, and challenges, including current efforts focused on solutions to such challenges.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand key general challenges of QI application development and implementation, regardless of modality.
2. Understand selected QI techniques and applications in CT, PET/CT, and MR.
3. Understand challenges, and potential solutions for such challenges, for the applications presented for each modality.


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