9 Abstracts were accepted for presentation in RSNA 2011 !!

This year I have submitted 9 abstracts to RSNA 2011, world’s premier medical imaging meeting, which hosts nearly 60,000 attendees. It will be my first RSNA meeting and I am happy to announce that all of my abstracts are accepted for presentation in RSNA 2011, Chicago.

I have been first author of 7 abstracts, and co-author for 2 abstract. Here are the list of RSNA abstracts’ citation information:

  • Automated Analysis of Multi-detector CT Images for Preoperative Assessment of Living Renal Donors by U Bagci, PhD,MSc, Bethesda, MD; X Chen, PhD; S Histed; S Perez-Pujol; B I Turkbey, MD; O Aras, MD
  • Quantitative Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Lesions in Longitudinal MRI Studies by U Bagci, PhD,MSc, Bethesda, MD; X Chen, PhD; J K Udupa, PhD; S A Messina, MD; B I Turkbey, MD; O Aras, MD
  • CAD for Pulmonary Infections: Automatic Detection of Tree-in-Bud Opacities by U Bagci, PhD,MSc, Bethesda, MD; J Yao, PhD; J J Caban, PhD; T N Palmore, MD; A F Suffredini, MD; D J Mollura, MD 
  • Quantification of Small Airway Pulmonary Infections: Subjective Visual Grading vs Objective Quantification through a CAD System by U Bagci, PhD,MSc, Bethesda, MD; J Yao, PhD; J J Caban, PhD; T N Palmore, MD; A F Suffredini, MD; A Wu, DJ Mollura, MD.
  • Is There a Reliable Correlation between Computer-aided Diagnosis (CAD) Results from CT Images and Information from PET Images in Longitudinal Studies?: An Example Study in Interstitial Lung Disease by U Bagci, PhD,MSc, Bethesda, MD; B I Turkbey, MD; S Perez-Pujol; D J Mollura, MD; O Aras, MD 
  • Registration, Reconstruction, and Analysis of Serial Histological Sections by U Bagci, PhD,MSc, Bethesda, MD; X Chen, PhD; L Bai; D J Mollura, MD; B I Turkbey, MD; O Aras, MD
  • Model-based Segmentation Methods: Multiorgan Segmentation Platform by U Bagci, PhD,MSc, Bethesda, MD; X Chen, PhD; J K Udupa, PhD; L Bai; D J Mollura, MD; B I Turkbey, MD, O Aras, MD.
  • Quantitative Measurements of Chest CT Using Texture Analysis by J J Caban, PhD, Bethesda, MD; J Yao, PhD; U Bagci, PhD,MSc; D J Mollura, MD
  • Computer-based Quantitative Modeling of Chest CT Findings in Pulmonary Hypertension and Its Association with Physiologic and Clinical Variables by J J Caban, PhD, Bethesda, MD; J Yao, PhD; U Bagci, PhD,MSc; D J Mollura, MD
A special thanks goes to Dr Omer Aras.
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