Neil Rofsky

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PURPOSE By performing registration of preoperative multiprotocol in vivo magnetic resonance (MR) images of the prostate with corresponding whole-mount histology (WMH) sections from postoperative radical prostatectomy specimens, an accurate estimate of the spatial extent of prostate cancer (CaP) on in vivo MR imaging (MRI) can be retrospectively established.(More)
Recently, high resolution 3 Tesla (T) Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) of the prostate has emerged as a promising modality for detecting prostate cancer (CaP). Computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) schemes for DCE-MRI data have thus far been primarily developed for breast cancer and typically involve model fitting of dynamic intensity changes as a function(More)
Mapping the spatial disease extent in a certain anatomical organ/tissue from histology images to radiological images is important in defining the disease signature in the radiological images. One such scenario is in the context of men with prostate cancer who have had pre-operative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) before radical prostatectomy. For these(More)
Different imaging modalities or protocols of a single patient may convey different types of information regarding a disease for the same anatomical organ/tissue. On the other hand, multi-modal/multi-protocol medical images from several different patients can also provide spatial statistics of the disease occurrence, which in turn can greatly aid in disease(More)
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