Computer Assisted Radiology / Computergestützte Radiologie

Proceedings of the International Symposium / Vorträge des Internationalen Symposiums

  • Authors
  • AMK Berlin
  • Heinz Lemke
  • Michael L. Rhodes
  • C. C. Jaffee
  • Roland Felix

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVIII
  2. Digital Image Generation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Magnetic Resonance Imaging

      1. Paul M. Margosian, Joachim Abart
        Pages 24-24
      2. T. Tolxdorff, B. Breuer, L. Felsberg, R. Repges, K. Gersonde
        Pages 30-35
      3. T. Seiler, J. Wollensak
        Pages 37-37
      4. K. Barth, G. Braeckle, G. Lenz, A. Weikl, E. R. Reinhardt
        Pages 38-43
      5. E. Stetter, R. Graumann, F. Schmitt
        Pages 44-49
      6. Hermann Eichstaedt, Roland Felix, Matthias Langer, Georg Peleny
        Pages 56-56
    3. Computer Tomography

      1. E. L. Ritman, S. M. Jorgensen, M. H. Rhyner, R. W. Roessler, S. V. Whitlock, P. E. Caskey
        Pages 65-69
      2. M. Ernsting, E. Zeitler
        Pages 70-71
    4. Nuclear Medicine

      1. R. E. Campagnolo, A. Bouvier, L. Chabanas, G. Robert
        Pages 83-87
      2. K. Höll, I. Podreka, P. Dal Bianco, G. Goldenberg, H. Binder, Th. Reisner
        Pages 88-96
      3. W. K. Kübler, H. Ostertag, W. J. Lorenz
        Pages 97-103
      4. P. Wust, R. Schneider, J. P. Hedde, W. Fiegler, R. Felix
        Pages 109-114
    5. Digital Substraction Radiography

      1. K. Heimberger, P. Samec
        Pages 129-133
      2. R. Schneider, M. Zieger, R. Weiske
        Pages 134-138
      3. M. Zieger, R. Schneider, H. Treugut
        Pages 139-142
      4. R.-W. Kenn, H. Hotzel, R. Huber, K. J. Pfeifer
        Pages 143-148
    6. Digital Radiography

      1. Rolf Koch
        Pages 196-197
      2. L. G. Strauss, H. P. Busch, M. Georgi
        Pages 198-206
      3. H. P. Busch, L. G. Strauss, P. Prager, M. Georgi
        Pages 213-231
      4. Bruno Bianco, Francesco Beltrame, Bruno S. Serpico, Gianni Vernazza
        Pages 237-238
      5. S. Serpico, A. Chiabrera, G. Vernazza
        Pages 239-244
      6. Bruno Bianco, Franco Caratozzolo, Gianni Vernazza
        Pages 245-246
      7. G. Coppini, M. Demi, G. Valli
        Pages 247-251
      8. A. J. C. Brown, M. A. Browne, J. N. H. Brunt
        Pages 252-265
      9. J. Janssen, S. Ackermans, F. Bär, P. Brugada, H. J. J. Wellens
        Pages 267-270
      10. Satoshi Kawata, Jack Sklansky
        Pages 271-275
      11. A. W. Templeton, J. A. Johnson, G. G. Cox, S. J. Dwyer III, K. R. Lee, G. R. Arnett et al.
        Pages 276-281
  3. Picture Archiving and Communication Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 283-283
    2. M. Bomans, F. R. P. Boecker, M. Riemer, G. Witte, K. H. Höhne
      Pages 297-302

About these proceedings


New imaging technology and more sophisticated image processing systems will have a profound effect on those areas of medicine which are concerned with imaging for diagnosis and therapy planning. Digitally formated data will form the basis of an increasing number of medical imaging modalities. Before the diagnostic imaging department of the future will largely be digital, many problems have still to be solved as regards image quality, costs, and ease of use. The computer and other information science derived methods will contribute towards solving many of the problems in these areas. It is widely expected that there will be an information science derived evolution in imaging for radiology and related departments. Computer assistance may be applied to image generation, e.g. CT, MRI, DR and DSR, storing and transferring of images, and viewing, analysing and interpreting of images. The application of computers to these activities (which characterise radiological departments), may be defined as Computer Assisted Radiology (CAR) . In the main, CAR will promote the transition from analog imaging systems to digital systems, integration of digital imaging modalities through Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS') and the graduated employment of Medica~ Work Stations (MWS) for diagnosis and therapy planning. It will transfer geographically, organisationally and/or mentally isolate imaging activities towards fully integrated multi-imaging modality diagnostic departments. This development will have a considerable impact on patient management, on the medical profession and on the health care system.


Picture Archiving and Communication System computed tomography (CT) computer diagnosis diagnostic imaging imaging magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical imaging medicine radiology

Editors and affiliations

  • Heinz Lemke
    • 1
  • Michael L. Rhodes
    • 2
  • C. C. Jaffee
    • 3
  • Roland Felix
    • 4
  1. 1.Institut für Techn. InformatikTechnische Universität BerlinBerlin (West)Federal Republic of Germany
  2. 2.Medicl Science CenterMulti-Planar Diagnostic Imaging Inc.TorranceUSA
  3. 3.Dept. of Diagnostic RadiologyYale UniversityNew HavenUSA
  4. 4.Universitätsklinikum CharlottenburgFreie Universität BerlinBerlin (West)Federal Republic of Germany

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-52249-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-52247-5
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