B. L. Daniel

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The substitution of digital representations for analog images provides access to methods for digital storage and transmission and enables the use of a variety of digital image processing techniques, including enhancement and computer assisted screening and diagnosis. Lossy compression can further improve the efficiency of transmission and storage and can(More)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can detect clinically and mammographically occult breast lesions. In this study we report the results of MRI-guided needle localization of suspicious breast lesions by using a freehand technique. Preoperative MRI-guided single-needle localization was performed in 220 patients with 304 MRI-only breast lesions at our hospital(More)
Image-guided focussed ultrasound (FUS) ablation is a non-invasive procedure that has been used for treatment of benign or malignant breast tumours. Image-guidance during ablation is achieved either by using real-time ultrasound (US) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The past decade phase I studies have proven MRI-guided and US-guided FUS ablation of(More)
The substitution of digital representations for standard film/screen mammography analog images provides access to methods for digital storage and transmission and enables the use of a variety of digital image processing techniques, including enhancement and computer assisted detection and classification of abnormalities. Lossy image compression can further(More)
1035 Background: Atypical breast duct cells in patients at increased risk of breast cancer have been predictive of a 5-fold increased breast cancer incidence. While ductal lavage is an FDA approved procedure, very little is known about the anatomy of the ductal system and when atypia is identified, how to localize the lesion when imaging tests are normal.(More)
There exists a deficiency of accurate information regarding standard nutritional parameters in people of greatly advanced age. In order to begin obtaining appropriate data, we assessed nutritional status in 45 elderly homebound individuals with a mean age of 84 yr, using anthropometric methods, skin testing, and blood analysis. We compared our data with(More)
A. K. Thompson, J. M. Park, A. T. Vu, Z. Slavens, J. Ma, A. C. Brau, R. J. Herfkens, and B. L. Daniel Department of Radiology, Stanford University, Stanford, California, United States, MR PSD/Applications Engineering, GE Healthcare, Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States, Department of Imaging Physics, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center,(More)
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