Peiyuan Qing

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Computer tomography (CT) imaging plays an important role in cancer detection and quantitative assessment in clinical trials. High-resolution imaging studies on large cohorts of patients generate vast data sets, which are infeasible to analyze through manual interpretation. In this article we describe a comprehensive architecture for computer-aided detection(More)
Computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) technology is becoming an important tool to assess treatment response in clinical trials. However, CAD software alone is not sufficient to conduct an imaging-based clinical trial. There are a number of architectural requirements such as image receive (from multiple field sites), a database for storing quantitative measures,(More)
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