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21.09.2018

3D Brain Imaging in Vascular Segmentation of Cerebral Venous Sinuses

The three-dimensional (3D) visualization of dural venous sinuses (DVS) networks is desired by surgical trainers to create a clear mental picture of the neuroanatomical orientation of the complex cerebral anatomy. Our purpose is to document those …

20.09.2018

A Compressed-Sensing Based Blind Deconvolution Method for Image Deblurring in Dental Cone-Beam Computed Tomography

In cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), reconstructed images are inherently degraded, restricting its image performance, due mainly to imperfections in the imaging process resulting from detector resolution, noise, X-ray tube’s focal spot, and …

20.09.2018

Restoration of Full Data from Sparse Data in Low-Dose Chest Digital Tomosynthesis Using Deep Convolutional Neural Networks

Chest digital tomosynthesis (CDT) provides more limited image information required for diagnosis when compared to computed tomography. Moreover, the radiation dose received by patients is higher in CDT than in chest radiography. Thus, CDT has not …

17.09.2018

Limitations in and Solutions for Improving the Functionality of Picture Archiving and Communication System: an Exploratory Study of PACS Professionals’ Perspectives

Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) technology is evolving leading to improvements in the PACS functionality. However, the needs and expectations of PACS users are increasing to cope with the rising demands for improving the workflow …

13.09.2018

Applying Modern Virtual and Augmented Reality Technologies to Medical Images and Models

Recent technological innovations have created new opportunities for the increased adoption of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) applications in medicine. While medical applications of VR have historically seen greater adoption from …

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The Journal of Digital Imaging (JDI) is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM). JDI's goal is to enhance the exchange of knowledge encompassed by the general topic of Imaging Informatics in Medicine including, but not limited to, research and practice in clinical, engineering, information technologies and techniques in all medical imaging environments.

Topics of interest to the readers of JDI include the following as they pertain to the acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of imaging information in healthcare to efficiently and effectively improve access and quality:

  • PACS and component systems
  • Imaging informatics for the enterprise
  • Image-enabled electronic medical records
  • Integrating mobile technologies
  • RIS, HIS and other clinical information systems
  • Digital image acquisition, transmission, storage, display and interpretation
  • 3D (e.g. printing, modeling, display)
  • SIIM Workflow Initiative in Medicine (SWIM)
  • DICOM and other standards
  • IHE
  • Imaging vocabularies and ontologies
  • Analytics
  • Workflow and process modeling and simulation
  • Protocolling and appropriateness
  • Structured reporting
  • Speech recognition
  • Content-based image retrieval
  • Meaningful use and legislative issues
  • Decision support
  • Radiation dose management
  • Teleradiology
  • Archiving and information lifecycle management
  • Network integrity and data security
  • Multimedia
  • Facilities design
  • Project management
  • Quality assurance
  • Online learning
  • Imaging informatics education

Papers that report on validation and implementation of informatics technologies and tools will be given precedence over papers that simply describe image processing algorithms, stand-alone evaluation of image analysis tools, and/or technology descriptions without validation or implementation.

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