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Imaging and Computing in Gastroenterology

IMA.GO 90

  • P. R. Dal Monte
  • N. D’Imperio
  • G. Giuliani Piccari
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. A. Torsoli
    Pages 1-2
  3. A. Montori, L. Masoni, L. De Anna
    Pages 19-21
  4. F. Vicari
    Pages 22-23
  5. F. Cosentino, E. Morandi, G. Rubis Passoni, F. Di Prisco, S. Tuccimei
    Pages 24-26
  6. M. A. Pistoia, S. Guadagni, L. Lombardi, F. Pistoia, M. Catarci, I. Carboni
    Pages 27-29
  7. P. Spinelli, M. Dal Fante, E. Meroni
    Pages 30-40
  8. L. Gandolfi, R. Muratori, L. Solmi, A. Colecchia
    Pages 41-51
  9. L. Bolondi, S. Gaiani, S. Li Bassi, S. Zironi, L. Barbara
    Pages 59-62
  10. G. Bedogni, E. Ricci, M. G. Mortilla, G. Bertoni, R. Conigliaro, C. Tinterri
    Pages 81-84
  11. K. Okuda
    Pages 85-93
  12. G. Sciarretta, A. Furno, G. Fagioli, C. Basile, A. Ginevra, P. Malaguti
    Pages 104-109
  13. C. Prantera, F. Zannoni, M. L. Scribano, R. Mangiarotti
    Pages 125-127
  14. G. Arnulfo, G. P. Mortola, G. Pitto
    Pages 135-139
  15. R. Maceratini, S. Crollari
    Pages 159-176
  16. A. Rossi-Mori, P. Chiappetta, D. M. Pisanelli, M. Riccardi
    Pages 177-184
  17. F. Bonadonna, P. Almasio, M. Brai, G. De Simone, G. Mercadante
    Pages 185-192
  18. E. Bovero, R. Cheli, M. L. Rolandelli, V. Tagliasco
    Pages 199-208
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 209-211

About these proceedings

Introduction

Gastroenterology is one of the branches of medicine that can profit most from modem technology, whether this involves the advances in diagnostic instrumentation, in data and image processing and management, or in computer applications like expert systems. To evaluate current status of imaging, computerization, and expert systems in gastroenterology, a group of clinical researchers and computer experts met in Bologna, Italy, for several days' discussion. The presentations at this symposium are introduced in this volume, which we believe to be a useful contribution to a specialization of great importance for health care as a whole. Bologna, March 1991 P. R. DAL MONTE Contents Imaging in Gastroenterology A. TORSOLI ......... . 1 Experience with a Hospital-Wide Image Management and Communication System: Is Total Digital Radiology Possible? S.K. MUN (With 1 Figure) ... 3 New Approaches to Endoscopy with the Electronic Videoendoscope M. SCHAPIRO .... ......... . 15 Intraoperative Videocholangioscopy A. MONTORI, L. MASONI, and L. DE ANNA 19 Images and Communication F. VICARI .......... . 22 Didactic Potential of Videoendoscopy F. COSENTINO, E. MORANDI, G. RUBIS PASSONI, F. DI PRISCO, and S. TUCCIMEI ........................... 24 Interactivity Between Image Processing Systems and Videoendoscopy M.A. PISTOIA, S. GUADAGNI, L. LOMBARDI, F. PISTOIA, M. CATARCI, and I. CARBONI. . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Endoscopic Laser Therapy of Colorectal Tumors 30 P. SPINELLI, M. DAL FANTE, and E. MERONI ...

Keywords

Computer Endoskopie Experten-Systeme Gastroenterologie Multimedia Nuklearmedizin Tumor Ultraschall artificial intelligence diagnosis endoscopy image processing knowledge-based systems ultrasound

Editors and affiliations

  • P. R. Dal Monte
    • 1
  • N. D’Imperio
    • 1
  • G. Giuliani Piccari
    • 1
  1. 1.Divisione di GastroenterologiaOspedale BellariaBolognaItaly

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-75739-6
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-52636-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-75739-6
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