Comparison of Image Enhancement Methods for the Effective Diagnosis in Successive Whole-Body Bone Scans

@article{Jeong2010ComparisonOI,
  title={Comparison of Image Enhancement Methods for the Effective Diagnosis in Successive Whole-Body Bone Scans},
  author={Chang Bu Jeong and Kwang Gi Kim and Tae Sung Kim and Seok Ki Kim},
  journal={Journal of Digital Imaging},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={424-436}
}
Whole-body bone scan is one of the most frequent diagnostic procedures in nuclear medicine. Especially, it plays a significant role in important procedures such as the diagnosis of osseous metastasis and evaluation of osseous tumor response to chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It can also be used to monitor the possibility of any recurrence of the tumor. However, it is a very time-consuming effort for radiologists to quantify subtle interval changes between successive whole-body bone scans… CONTINUE READING

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