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Archimedes revisited: a faster, better, cheaper method of accurately measuring the volume of small objects
- S. Hughes
- 1 September 2005
A little-known method of measuring the volume of small objects based on Archimedes' principle is described, which involves suspending an object in a water-filled container placed on electronic… Expand
Serial fetal lung volume measurement using three‐dimensional ultrasound
- A. Bahmaie, S. Hughes, +4 authors D. Maxwell
- Ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology : the…
- 1 August 2000
To establish reference intervals for fetal lung growth.
A comparison of internal target volume definition by limited four-dimensional computed tomography, the addition of patient-specific margins, or the addition of generic margins when planning radical…
- S. Hughes, J. McClelland, +8 authors D. Landau
- Clinical oncology (Royal College of Radiologists…
- 1 May 2008
AIMS Radical radiotherapy for stage II/III non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) includes the primary tumour and positive mediastinal lymph nodes in the clinical target volume (CTV). These move… Expand
CT Scanning in Archaeology
- S. Hughes
- 21 November 2011
In this chapter we will review the use of x-ray computed tomography (CT) scanning in the field of archaeology. The story will be told in roughly chronological order, starting with the first reported… Expand
Medical ultrasound imaging
- S. Hughes
- 1 November 2001
Ultrasound is used extensively in the ﬁeld of medical imaging. In this paper, the basic principles of ultrasound are explained using ‘everyday’ physics. Topics include the generation of ultrasound,… Expand
Computer planning of stereotactic iodine-125 seed brachytherapy for recurrent malignant gliomas.
At St Thomas' Hospital, we have developed a computer program on a Titan graphics supercomputer to plan the stereotactic implantation of iodine-125 seeds for the palliative treatment of recurrent… Expand
Inter-fraction variations in respiratory motion models.
- J. McClelland, S. Hughes, +5 authors D. Hawkes
- Physics, Medicine
- Physics in medicine and biology
- 7 January 2011
Respiratory motion can vary dramatically between the planning stage and the different fractions of radiotherapy treatment. Motion predictions used when constructing the radiotherapy plan may be… Expand
Estimation of fetal lung volume using enhanced 3‐dimensional ultrasound: a new method and first result
- T. D'arcy, S. Hughes, +4 authors D. Maxwell
- British journal of obstetrics and gynaecology
- 1 October 1996
Objective To measure fetal lung volume using a computer based, enhanced, 3‐dimensional ultrasound imaging system.
3-D reconstruction of an ancient Egyptian mummy using X-ray computer tomography.
- C. Baldock, S. Hughes, +5 authors A. Sofat
- Art, Medicine
- Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
- 1 December 1994
Computer tomography has been used to image and reconstruct in 3-D an Egyptian mummy from the collection of the British Museum. This study of Tjentmutengebtiu, a priestess from the 22nd dynasty… Expand
A non-contact method for the acquisition of breathing signals that enable distinction between abdominal and thoracic breathing
We propose an alternate method based on the acquisition of stereoscopic video images of a patient's breathing torso. Expand