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MI 2021-08-27
15:00
Online Online [Short Paper] Region extraction and mass estimation of kidneys from Ai-CT
Yasushi Hirano, Remi Yamashita (Yamaguchi Univ.), Shoji Kido (Osaka Univ.), Kunihiro Inai (Univ. of Fukui) MI2021-24
Autopsy imaging (Ai) is an examination method for investigating the cause of death and estimating the postmortem time. S... [more] MI2021-24
pp.10-11
MI 2021-07-08
15:00
Online Online [Short Paper] Renal tumor analysis using multi-temporal abdominal CT images
Kento Nishihira, Hidenobu Suzuki, Mikio Matsuhiro, Yoshiki Kawata, Noboru Niki (Tokushima Univ.), Atsushi ikeda (Tsukuba Univ.) MI2021-13
The development of multislice computed tomography CT systems has enabled highly accurate analysis, diagnosis, and treatm... [more] MI2021-13
pp.20-22
MI, MICT [detail] 2019-11-05
13:20
Ibaraki Univ. of Tsukuba A method for extracting the boundary surface of an internal organ from 3D-CT image
Shoma Kitamiya, Hotaka Takizawa, Kazuhiro Fukui (Univ. of Tsukuba) MICT2019-29 MI2019-56
Active contour models has been widely used to extract the contour of an
internal organ in medical image analysis. In th... [more]
MICT2019-29 MI2019-56
pp.19-24
MI, MICT [detail] 2019-11-05
15:50
Ibaraki Univ. of Tsukuba [Short Paper] Renal cancer analysis using 3-phase abdominal CT images
Shota Nakano, Hidenobu Suzuki, Yoshiki Kawata, Noboru Niki (Tokushima Univ.), Atsushi Ikeda (Tukuba Univ.) MICT2019-36 MI2019-63
近年,マルチスライスCT装置の発展により3次元画像による解析,診断が可能となった.CT画像撮影時に造影剤を用いることにより,血管,臓器及び病変などが鮮明になり,より正確な情報を得ることができる.本研究では、3時相腹部造影CT画像から腎臓と淡... [more] MICT2019-36 MI2019-63
pp.53-54
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2016-03-07
11:20
Okinawa   Analysis of Nutritional Information and Proposal of Active Planning Support Method for Diet Therapy
Seiya Kojima (NAIST), Keiko Tomita, Shinsuke Kido (Kinki Univ.), Aki Morita, Shigehiko Kanaya (NAIST), Maya Inamura, Kozue Uenishi (Kinki Univ.), Takafumi Taketomi, Goshiro Yamamoto, Christian Sandor, Hirokazu Kato (NAIST) IMQ2015-34 IE2015-133 MVE2015-61
In the present work, we define a new dynamic method to support menu planning activities which eventually aims to improve... [more] IMQ2015-34 IE2015-133 MVE2015-61
pp.43-48
US 2014-05-26
16:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Analysis of sound of speed and attenuation of rat organs using 250 MHz ultrasound
So Irie, Kenji Yoshida, Hitoshi Maruyama (Chiba Univ.), Kazuto Kobayashi (Honda Electronics), Tadashi Yamaguchi (Chiba Univ.) US2014-14
To develop more accurate ultrasonic tissue characterization, it is important to how the acoustic properties of biologica... [more] US2014-14
pp.37-42
MI 2014-01-26
13:30
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Automatic segmentation of multiple organ regions from 3D CT images using GrabCut and organ detection
Takaaki Ito, Xiangrong Zhou, Takeshi Hara (Gifu Univ.), Huiyan Jiang (Northeastern Univ.), Ryujiro Yokoyama, Huayue Chen (Gifu Univ.), Masayuki Kanematsu (Gifu Univ Hospital), Hiroaki Hoshi, Hiroshi Fujita (Gifu Univ.) MI2013-61
Automatic segmentation of organs from CT images is one of very important issues in developing. GraphCut is useful for th... [more] MI2013-61
pp.31-36
MI 2012-01-19
11:20
Okinawa   Construction of the statistical shape models and its performance evaluation for the 3D torso organs using the MDL method
Shotaro Yamaguchi, Xiangrong Zhou (Gifu Univ.), Rui Xu (Yamaguchi Univ.), Takeshi Hara (Gifu Univ.), Ryujiro Yokoyama, Masayuki Kanematsu (Gifu Univ. Hospital), Hiroaki Hoshi (Gifu Univ.), Shoji Kido (Yamaguchi Univ.), Hiroshi Fujita (Gifu Univ.) MI2011-94
The extraction of the object organ areas is needed by the development of the computer-aided diagnosis system to assist t... [more] MI2011-94
pp.93-96
PRMU, IE, MI 2009-05-28
16:45
Gifu Gifu Univ. Preliminary study of automated segmentation of kidney in non-contrast CT images base on position, orientation and shape features analysis.
Shunichi Yoshimoto, Xiangrong Zhou, Huayue Chen, Takeshi Hara, Hiroshi Fujita (Gifu Univ), Ryujiro Yokoyama, Masayuki Kanematsu (Gifu Univ Hospital), Hiroaki Hoshi (Gifu Univ) IE2009-29 PRMU2009-20 MI2009-20
The modern CT scanners have been widely used in Japan. The cases of the CT scans covering the human torso (chest and abd... [more] IE2009-29 PRMU2009-20 MI2009-20
pp.107-110
MBE 2009-01-24
10:20
Saga Saga University Study on microbial contamination in the preparation procedure of hemodialysis fluids -- Analysis of microbial monitoring between hemodialysis fluids and around the RO water producing system --
Kazuyuki Tsukamoto, Toshitsugu Sugawara, Satoshi Kuroda, Junji Arisawa, Kazuyuki Kimura (Hokkaido Inst.of Tech.) MBE2008-85
Keeping clean sanitary conditions in the hemodialysis fluid is important for the safety therapy on chronic kidney diseas... [more] MBE2008-85
pp.43-47
MI 2006-01-27
10:00
Okinawa Miyakojimashi-Chuo-Kouminkan Tumor Detection in PET/CT images
Shuhei Nitta, Seiji Honda, Tomomi Kasuya, Hidekata Hontani (N.I.T.), Tadanori Fukami, Tetsuya Yuasa, Takao Akatsuka (Yamagata Univ.), Jin Wu, Tohoru Takeda (Tsukuba Univ.)
We propose a method for detecting tumor regions in PET/CT images. The
proposed method firstly detects a liver and kidne... [more]
MI2005-66
pp.1-4
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