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2019-2020 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog


EGR 532 - Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing

Study of biomedical imaging modalities used in diagnostic imaging with an emphasis on physical principles and algorithms underlying X-ray imaging, computed X-ray tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, fluoroscopy, and ultrasound imaging. Topics also include multidimensional signal processing, image acquisition and filtering, reconstruction, quantification, segmentation, and pattern analysis. Cross-listed with EGR 432. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: Admission to M.S.E. program and permission of instructor.

Credits: 3



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