Medical imaging signals and systems

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Content: Jordan University of Science and Technology FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Biomedical Engineering Department BME 561 Medical Imaging Systems
Course Catalog 3 Credit hours (3 h lectures, Department Elective). This course introduces the physics, instrumentation, the diagnostic methods, signal processing methods, image characteristics and the biological effects in X-ray (projection radiography), X-ray computed tomography, nuclear medicine (SPECT/PET), ultrasound imaging, and magnetic resonance imaging.
Title Author(s) Publisher Year Edition Books Software
Text Book(s) Medical imaging: signals and systems. J. L. Prince and J. M. Links Prentice Hall 2006 2 nd edition, ISBN 0-13-065353-5 References · Fundamentals of Medical Imaging , Paul Suetens, Cambridge University Press, 2009, ISBN: 0521519152, 9780521519151 · Introduction to biomedical imaging, Andrew Roy Webb, Wiley, 2003. ISBN: 0471237663, 9780471237662. · Introduction to Medical Imaging: Physics, Engineering and Clinical Applications, Nadine Barrie Smith, Andrew Webb, Cambridge University Press, 2010. ISBN: 0521190657, 9780521190657. · Matlab7.0 +: http://www.mathworks.com
Objectives 1. Explain the basic principles of x-ray, CT scan, Ultrasound, Nuclear imaging and MRI as an imaging modality. 2. Analyze the above mentioned imaging systems in terms of physical mechanisms, data
Objectives and Outcomes Outcomes Understand the general differences between different medical imaging systems. (a, m) Comprehend the generation of different signals from different medical imaging system and its interactions with the human body. (a, e, m) 1
generation and acquisition, image construction, processing and quality. 3. List strengths and weaknesses associated with every imaging system studied. 4. Encourage Long Life Learning, foster team work and enhance students communication skills
Know the different imaging parameter for each system. The principle behind them, how to control them and how is this can affect the image appearance. (a, e, m) Understand the theory and practical construction of every imaging system discussed. (a, e, j, k, m). Understand the relationship between image parameters for each system and its interaction with human tissues. Know the specific clinical applications of all imaging systems. The student should be able to choose the best imaging system for specific clinical application. (a, c, f, h, i, j, k) Write Technical Report and give Oral Presentation on team work project
Week 1 2-3 3-4 4-5 6 7-8 8-9 10-11 12-13 14 15 16
Topics Covered
Topics
Chepters in Text
Overview of various medical imaging
modalities (Ch. 1); Review of signals and systems basic concepts (Ch. 2); Image quality
Chapters 1-3& lectures notes
metrics (Ch. 3)
Physics of radiography
Chapter 4
Projection radiography
Chapter 5
Computed tomography (CT):
Instrumentation; Image reconstruction (Radon transform, back projection, filtered
Chapter 6
back-projection); Image quality.
Digital Radiography
Lecture notes
The Physics of Nuclear Medicine
Chapter 7
Planar Scintigraphy
Chapter 8
Emission Computed Tomography
Chapter 9
Physics of Ultrasound
Chapter 10
Ultrasound Imaging,
Chapter 11
Physics of Magnetic Resonance
Chapter 12
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems:
instrumentation, data acquisition, image reconstruction, image quality. Functional
Chapter 13
MRI
Evaluation
Assessment tool Homework, Quizzes, Project First Exam Second Exam Final Exam
Expected Due Date One week after the problems are assigned According to BME dept. schedule According to BME dept. schedule According to the University Final Examination schedule
10% 25 % 25 % 40 %
Weight
2
Teaching & Learning Methods - Active learning, where students should be active and involved in the learning process inside the classroom, will be emphasized in the delivery of this course. - Different active learning methods/approaches such as: Engaged Learning, Project-Based Learning, cooperative learning, Problem-based Learning, Structured Problem-solving, will be used. - The teaching method that will be used in this course will be composed of a series of mini lectures interrupted with frequent discussions and brainstorming exercises. PowerPoint presentations will be prepared for the course materials. - A typical lecture would start with a short review (~ 5 minutes) using both PowerPoint presentations and the blackboard. This review will also depend on discussions which will gauge the students' digestion of the previous material. Then, the students would have a lecture on new materials using PowerPoint presentations and blackboard. The lecture presentation will be paused every 15 ­ 20 minutes with brainstorming questions and discussions that will allow the students to reflect and think in more depth about what they learned in that presentation. Then, some example problems will be presented and discussed with the students to illustrate the appropriate problem solving skills that the students should learn. The lecture will be continued for another 15 ­ 20 minutes, followed by examples and/or a quiz covering the materials taught in the previous two weeks.
Attendance Quizzes Student Conduct
Policy Attendance will be checked at the beginning of each class. University regulations will be strictly followed for students exceeding the maximum number of absences. Quizzes will be part of this course. No make-up quizzes will be conducted It is the responsibility of each student to adhere to the principles of Academic Integrity. Academic integrity means that a student is honest with him/herself, fellow students, instructors, and the University in matters concerning his or her educational endeavors. Cheating will not be tolerated in this course. University regulations will be pursued and enforced on any cheating student. Lab coat wearing is compulsory during the experiments' conduct.
Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component Apply knowledge of biological and physical sciences, mathematics, and engineering to solve problems at the interface of engineering and biology. Design a Biomedical Engineering system, component, and/or process that meet specific needs; and demonstrate understanding of relevant technical, professional, and ethical issues. Function on multi-disciplinary teams. Communicate effectively in verbal, written, and graphical formats. Identify, formulate, and solve Biomedical Engineering problems that address contemporary issues within a global, societal, and Economic context. Recognize the need to pursue continuing educational opportunities in Biomedical Engineering and have the ability to do so.
engineering science Engineering Design
ABET Category Content 2 Credit Hour 1 Credit Hours
3
Relationship to biomedical Engineering Program Objectives All of the course objectives contribute to the program objectives. 4

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