MECHGB08 Medical Imaging (Ionising & Non-Ionising)
|UCL Credits/ ECTS|
Mr Gillian Munir
At least a 2-ii degree in Science, Engineering or a degree in Medicine.
All candidates must satisfy UCL's English Language requirements.
The formation of high quality images of internal structures or processes in the body is of fundamental importance for the accurate diagnosis and/or monitoring of disease. The aim of this course is to provide an introduction to the basic principles, techniques and applications of biomedical imaging.
Method of Instruction
The lectures will cover the main imaging modalities in current clinical
use, namely X-Ray imaging including computed tomography (CT), Nuclear medicine,
Ultrasound imaging, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and optical methods; as
well as more recent developments in medical imaging research such as photoacoustic
imaging and electrical impedance tomography.
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- H. H. Barrett and W. Swindell, Radiological Imaging Vols I & II, AcademicPress, 1981.
- H. E. Johns and J. R. Cunningham, The Physics of Radiology, Charles C.Thomas 1983
- Handbook of Medical Imaging Vol 1.
(Eds. Beutel et
al.) Vol 2.
Fitzpatrick) SPIE Press Monograph 2001.
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