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Image analysis service

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    "A unique feature of the laboratory is its comprehensive set of software and hardware tools developed in-house for quantitative image analysis. The laboratory is equipped with electronic devices for making acoustic measurements on tissue and biological samples, including contrast agents. There are also facilities for frame-by-frame computer analysis of real-time ultrasound images allowing for analysis of data acquired at multiple sites using different scanners. A software package developed in-house analyzes large sets of sonographic and Doppler images; measuring changes in flow, perfusion and grayscale. The cross-sectional boundaries of blood vessels can be measured by semi-automated analysis of ultrasound images and used to study vascular biology. These tools are of special interest to those involved in evaluating the kinetic response of drugs and pharmaceuticals. Another set of tools currently being developed characterizes tumor margins, shapes and grayscale characteristics. The goal is to use these features in conjunction with neural net and log regression algorithms for computer-aided diagnosis."
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    In-house software for quantitative analysis of images
  5. Service Provided by
    Ultrasound Research Laboratory (Penn)
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  7. Related Technique
    Image analysis
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The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016