Matthew A. Barish

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of our study was to determine the current opinions regarding the performance, interpretation, reporting, and clinical role of virtual colonoscopy among a group of selected experts to develop a consensus statement. MATERIALS AND METHODS A questionnaire was sent to 33 selected experts in virtual colonoscopy. Responses were tabulated(More)
The mechanisms involved in the generation of motion artifacts in MR imaging are complex and depend both on the type and direction of motion as well as on the parameters of the imaging sequence chosen. The methods used to control or reduce motion artifacts are multiple and the appropriate method for use with any given clinical situation will depend on the(More)
We present a novel visualization framework, AnaFe, targeted at observing changes in the spleen over time through multiple image-derived features. Accurate monitoring of progressive changes is crucial for diseases that result in enlargement of the organ. Our system is comprised of multiple linked views combining visualization of temporal 3D organ data,(More)
Image textures in computed tomography colonography (CTC) have great potential for differentiating non-neoplastic from neoplastic polyps and thus can advance the current CTC detection-only paradigm to a new level with diagnostic capability. However, image textures are frequently compromised, particularly in low-dose CT imaging. Furthermore, texture feature(More)
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