Multifunctional imaging and fusion

L. M. Bidaut

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    A system (Integrated Multisensor Imaging and Processing System - IMIPS) is described which consists of techniques and protocols which have been implemented in Geneva to combine (through registration, visualization, navigation and processing) various multidimensional biomedical imaging sensors, including Electro-Magnetic Tomography (EMT), for studying, assessing, and localizing neurological (dys-)function for both clinical and research applications. The already well described interest for this combination stems from the broad variety of complementary information brought out by modern biomedical imaging modalities. In this context, the input of volumetric EMT permits direct sighting, in near real-time, of any EM (dys- )funcfional behavior. Besides allowing morphology, metabolism and function to be studied simultaneously and from different points of view, the global combination permitted by IMIPS is expected to show its best value when studying pathologies reflected by metabolic or electrophysiologic dysfunctions.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)178-182
    Number of pages5
    JournalPhysica Medica
    Volume13
    Issue numberSupple. 1
    Publication statusPublished - 1997

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    Bidaut, L. M. (1997). Multifunctional imaging and fusion. Physica Medica, 13(Supple. 1), 178-182.
    Bidaut, L. M. / Multifunctional imaging and fusion. In: Physica Medica. 1997 ; Vol. 13, No. Supple. 1. pp. 178-182.
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