Complete eTextbook Content:
Part 1 INTRODUCTION
1 Principles and rationale of radiomics and radiogenomics • Sandy Napel
Part 2 TECHNICAL BASIS
2 Imaging informatics: An overview • Assaf Hoogi and Daniel L. Rubin
3 Quantitative imaging using CT • Lin Lu, Lawrence H. Schwartz, and Binsheng Zhao
4 Quantitative PET/CT for radiomics • Stephen R. Bowen, Paul E. Kinahan, George A. Sandison, and Matthew J. Nyflot
5 Quantitative imaging using MRI • David A. Hormuth II, Jack Virostko, Ashley Stokes, Adrienne Dula, Anna G. Sorace, Jennifer G. Whisenant, Jared Weis, C. Chad Quarles, Michael I. Miga, and Thomas E. Yankeelov
6 Tumor segmentation • Spyridon Bakas, Rhea Chitalia, Despina Kontos, Yong Fan, and Christos Davatzikos
7 Habitat imaging of tumor evolution by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) • Bruna Victorasso Jardim-Perassi, Gary Martinez, and Robert Gillies
8 Feature extraction and qualification • Lise Wei and Issam El Naqa
9 Predictive modeling, machine learning, and statistical issues • Panagiotis Korfiatis, Timothy L. Kline, Zeynettin Akkus, Kenneth Philbrick, and Bradley J. Erickson
10 Radiogenomics: Rationale and methods • Olivier Gevaert
11 Resources and datasets for radiomics • Ken Chang, Andrew Beers, James Brown, and Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer
Part 3 CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
12 Pathways to radiomics-aided clinical decision-making for precision medicine • Tianyue Niu, Xiaoli Sun, Pengfei Yang, Guohong Cao, Khin K. Tha, Hiroki Shirato, Kathleen Horst, and Lei Xing
13 Brain cancer • William D. Dunn Jr. and Rivka R. Colen
14 Breast cancer • Hui Li and Maryellen L. Giger
15 Radiomics for lung cancer • Di Dong and Jie Tian
16 The essence of R in head and neck cancer: Role of radiomics and • radiogenomics from a radiation oncology perspective Hesham Elhalawani, Arvind Rao, and Clifton D. Fuller
17 Gastrointestinal cancers • Zaiyi Liu
18 Radiomics in genitourinary cancers: Prostate cancer • Satish Viswanath and Anant Madabhushi
19 Radiomics analysis for gynecologic cancers • Harini Veeraraghavan
20 Applications of imaging genomics beyond oncology • Xiaohui Yao, Jingwen Yan, and Li Shen
Part 4 FUTURE OUTLOOK
21 Quantitative imaging to guide mechanism-based modeling of cancer • David A. Hormuth II, Matthew T. Mckenna, and Thomas E. Yankeelov
22 Looking ahead: Opportunities and challenges in radiomics and radiogenomics • Ruijiang Li, Yan Wu, Michael Gensheimer, Masoud Badiei Khuzani, and Lei Xing
Name: Radiomics and Radiogenomics: Technical Basis and Clinical Applications
Author: Ruijiang Li, Lei Xing, Sandy Napel, Daniel L. Rubin
Series: Imaging in Medical Diagnosis and Therapy
Publisher: Chapman and Hall/CRC
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