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2nd World Congress on Medical Imaging and Clinical Research , will be organized around the theme “Inspiring Innovations and Interactive discussions Medical Imaging and Clinical Research”

Medical Imaging and Clinical Research 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Medical Imaging and Clinical Research 2017

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The global radiology information system market has been segmented based on component, type, deployment mode, geography and end user. It analyses competitive developments, such as joint ventures, alliances, mergers & acquisitions in the global market.

Furthermore, the rising number of health related cases like age-related disorders and trauma patients has increased the patient flow and has generated the need of information systems globally. 

Related Topics :

•        Computed tomography (CT)

•        Contrast studies (Radiopaque materials )

•        Gamma camera in  radiopharmaceuticals

•        Gamma rays in tracer studies

•        Radioactivity

•        Interventional radiology

•        Ionization X-rays

•        Radioactive tracer studies

•        Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

•        Nuclear medicine

  • Track 1-1The Growth of Radiology
  • Track 1-2Current trends in Radiology
  • Track 1-3Cost and Value in Radiology
  • Track 1-4The Market of Radiology
  • Track 1-5Radiology Industry trends
  • Track 1-6Fat Segmentation in Magnetic Resonance Images
  • Track 2-1Clinical research and Trials on HIV/AIDS
  • Track 2-2Brain, Spine, Lung, Kidney, Blood, Skin and all other cancers research and trials
  • Track 2-3Breast cancer research and trials
  • Track 2-4Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 Clinical Trials
  • Track 2-5Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 Clinical Trials

Medical Image Processing  meet challenges and provides an enduring bridge in the ever expanding field of medical imaging. It serves as an authoritative resource and self-study guide explaining sophisticated techniques of quantitative image analysis, focusing on medical applications. It emphasizes the conceptual framework of image analysis and the effective use of image processing tools.

Related Topics :

•        Positron emission tomography (PET)

•        Radioimmunoassay

•        Radioisotope

•        Radiolabeled compound

•        Radiolucent

•        Radionuclide

•        Radiopaque

  • Track 3-1Rapid Prototyping of Image Analysis Applications
  • Track 3-2Seeded Segmentation Methods for Medical Image Analysis
  • Track 3-3Deformable Models and Level Sets in Image Segmentation
  • Track 4-1 Phases of clinical trials
  • Track 4-2Innovations in patient and community engagement in clinical trials
  • Track 4-3Data monitoring for trials with an adaptive design
  • Track 4-4Heterogeneity of treatment effect in randomized clinical trials
  • Track 4-5Treating different ailments by clinical trials
  • Track 4-6Pre-clinical research leading to clinical trials

Radiography uses electromagnetic radiation to view the interior parts of the human body. An X-ray generator produces a heterogenous beam projected towards the object and are captured by a detector behind the object that provides a superimposed 2D images of the internal structures of body. Radiography applications include industrial radiography and medical radiography. Medical radiography means the object that is being examined is living. The rest other radiography is regarded as industrial computed tomography or industrial radiographic work. There are over 10,000 hospitals worldwide that uses radioisotopes in medicine. 

Related Topics :

•        Radiopharmaceutical

•        Radioactive drug

•        CT Scan

•        Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT)

•        Transducer

•        Ultrasonography

  • Track 5-1Fluoroscopy
  • Track 5-2Projectional radiographs
  • Track 5-3Direct digital radiography
  • Track 5-4Applications of Radiography
  • Track 5-5Advances in chest radiography
  • Track 6-1Embracing the clinical trial of the future
  • Track 6-2Designing the clinical trial of the future
  • Track 6-3The good, the bad and the ugly of clinical trials
  • Track 6-4Cloud based medical image management for clinical trials
  • Track 6-5Clinical development of the future
  • Track 6-6Clinical trial site of the future
  • Track 6-7Mobile technology
  • Track 6-8Paperless Clinical Trials

Nuclear medicine is an endoradiology that uses radioactive substances and records the radiation that emits from within the body in order to diagnose and treat the diseases. For the diagnosis radiopharmaceuticals are taken internally either orally or intravenously. External detectors also called as gamma cameras capture and then form images by the use of radiopharmaceuticals from its radiation emitted.

Related Topic 

•        Ventilation-perfusion studies

•        Radiologist

•        Nuclear Medicine physician

•        Radiographer

•        Nuclear Medicine technologist

•        Sonographer

•        Radiologic technicians

  • Track 7-1Scintigraphy
  • Track 7-2SPECT
  • Track 7-3Emerging nuclear medicine priorities
  • Track 8-1Data types and data processing techniques
  • Track 8-2Advanced products in data management
  • Track 8-3Bayesian data analysis
  • Track 8-4Sequential treatment factors for controlled trials

This technique is widely used as compared to conventional tomography because it can readily image both hard and soft tissues while conventional tomography is poor at imaging soft tissues.

Related Topics : 

•        Radiologist Assistant

•        X-ray technician

•        Upper GI series

•        Barium enema study (BE)

•        Small Bowel follow-through

•        Double-Contrast study

•        Angiography

  • Track 9-1Positron emission tomography (PET)
  • Track 9-2Positron emission tomography (PET)
  • Track 9-3Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Track 10-1Case reports dealing with the use of novel technologies
  • Track 10-2Case reports in oncology, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases
  • Track 10-3Dermatology, gastroenterology, Nephrology, pulmonology and urology case reports
  • Track 10-4Case reports in neurology, ophthalmology, obstetrics and gynecology

Elastography is used for the diagnostic information of the tissue whether hard or soft. It is used to investigate cancerous tumours or diseases associated with liver. This modality uses magnetic resonance imaging ( MRI) or ultrasound to make an anatomical image and stiffness map for comparison. 

Related Topics :

•        Coronary angiography

•        Cholangiography

•        Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)

•        Intraoperative cholangiography

•        Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography

•        Digital subtraction angiography (DSA)

  • Track 11-1Ultrasound
  • Track 11-2Ultrasound elastography for thyroid nodules
  • Track 11-3Breast ultrasound imaging

Cancer which is the abnormal growth of cells has the potential to spread to other parts of the body. The researchers are developing new therapies and with the help of imaging technologies, it is developing a way to restrict the growth of cells. Medical imaging aims in the management of patients with cancer. 

  • Track 12-1 Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mp-MRI) in management of prostate cancer
  • Track 12-2Role of CT, MRI, US and PET in liver cancer imaging
  • Track 12-3Role of CT, MRI, US and PET in liver cancer imaging
  • Track 12-4Role of Annexin A5 Imaging in cancer treatment
  • Track 12-5Detection of breast cancer by mammography screening
  • Track 12-6PET/CT scans for cancer
  • Track 12-7Cancer prognosis
  • Track 13-1Building an action plan in CTS
  • Track 13-2Globalization & Outsourcing
  • Track 13-3Fundamentals of outsourcing in clinical devices
  • Track 13-4Strategic or tactical outsourcing

The term molecular imaging is originated from the field of radiopharmacology to understand the molecular pathways inside organisms in a noninvasive manner. It helps in the visualisation of the cellular function and follow up the molecular process in living organisms. This technique enables the diagnosis of diseases such as neurological, cardiovascular diseases and cancer. This technique uses biomarkers to help image particular targets or pathways. 

Related Topics 

•        Hysterosalpingography

•        Myelography

•        Pyelography

•        Urography

•        Computed Radiography (CR)

•        Direct Radiography (DR)

•        Fluoroscopy

  • Track 14-1Nuclear Molecular Imaging with nanoparticles
  • Track 14-2Molecular Imaging in cancer treatment
  • Track 14-3Cardiovascular molecular imaging
  • Track 14-4 Current molecular imaging strategies

Pathology imaging mainly aims to image anatomic pathology to diagnose and improve the patients lives. This will enable greater access for Pathologists to know about the scanners for real time viewing of the image and the précised image will improve the clinical and medical imaging, reproducibility and research productivities. 

  • Track 15-1Digital Imaging
  • Track 15-2Treatment of Langerhan’s cell histiocytosis
  • Track 15-3Treatment of Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)
  • Track 15-4To assess white matter signal abnormalities ( WMSAs)
  • Track 15-5To assess white matter signal abnormalities ( WMSAs)
  • Track 16-1Innovative approaches to patient recruitment
  • Track 16-2Innovative partnering in clinical research
  • Track 16-3Randomized placebo- controlled trials

The merging of imaging modalities such as PET/CT, PET/SPECT and PET/MRI helps in providing more full gamut of imaging scans with improved capacity to discriminate normal from abnormal tissues and produces co -registered images. 

Topic Related : 

•        Radiofrequency ablation

•        Sonogram

•        Echocardiography

•        Doppler ultrasound

•        Color flow imaging

•        Endoscopic ultrasonography

•        Gadolinium (Gd) : contrast agent

•        Posteroanterior view (PA)

  • Track 17-1SPECT/CT and PET/CT
  • Track 17-2PET & SPECT in cardiovascular molecular imaging
  • Track 17-3Future prospects of hybrid imaging technology
  • Track 17-4Future prospects of hybrid imaging technology
  • Track 17-5PET/MRI versus PET/CT Hybrid
  • Track 18-1Research and Studies on wounds and injuries
  • Track 18-2Clinical trials on rare diseases
  • Track 18-3Medical Devices Clinical Trials
  • Track 18-4Research and Trials on Cardiovascular diseases and devices
  • Track 18-5Trials on digestive system and respiratory system diseases
  • Track 18-6Asthma Clinical Trials
  • Track 18-7Research and Trials on behaviors, mental, eating and sleep disorders
  • Track 18-8Studies on parasitic, viral, bacterial and fungal diseases
  • Track 18-9Design for predictive bio marker validation

Its ability to faster imaging yield better information and the imaging technologies helps in the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases such as lung cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, heart diseases and so on.

Related Topics :

•        Technetium

•        Thallium scan

•        Thyroid scan

•        Radioactive iodine uptake study (RAIU)

 

  • Track 19-1Retinal OCT Imaging
  • Track 19-2Lung cancer treatment
  • Track 19-3Prostate cancer treatment
  • Track 19-4Oncology treatment
  • Track 19-5Computed Tomography Angiography
  • Track 19-6Advances in abdominal imaging
  • Track 19-7Medical imaging reduces surgery
  • Track 19-8Advances in retinal ganglion cell imaging
  • Track 19-9Advances in diagnostic interventional pulmonology
  • Track 19-10Digital mammography for breast cancer
  • Track 19-11Advances in Mammographic Imaging
  • Track 19-12Advances in MRI techniques and applications

Various technologies are introduced to diagnose the diseases and form the images of internal aspect of the body such as mammographic imaging, cardiovascular imaging, neuroimaging, preclinical imaging and interventional imaging

Related Topic : 

•        Supine

•        Technetium-99m

•        Radionuclide scanning

•        Perfusion studies

•        Ventilation studies

•        Bone scan

•        Gallium scan

•        Liver and spleen scan

•        Scintigraphy

•        Lymphoscintigraphy

•        Technetium Tc-99m sestamibi  scan (Cardiolite)

•        Multiple Gated Acquisition scan (MUGA)

  • Track 20-1Mammographic imaging
  • Track 20-2Cardiovascular imaging
  • Track 20-3Neuroimaging
  • Track 20-4Interventional imaging
  • Track 20-5Abdominal imaging
  • Track 20-6Thoracic Imaging
  • Track 20-7Musculoskeletal Imaging

Ophthalmic imaging is a highly specialized form of medical imaging dedicated to the study and treatment of disorders of the eye. It covers a wide range of scope of photographic services that incorporates many aspects of commercial and medical photography. But it is through the use of highly specialized equipment used to document parts of the eye like the cornea, iris, and retina, that ophthalmic photography takes on it's true identity.

The retina is the "film" of the eye. Images passing through the clear structures of the cornea and lens are focused there to give us our view of the world. Special instruments called fundus cameras, when used by skilled photographers, can document the condition of this miraculous anatomical structure.

Ophthalmic imaging has played an important role in the documentation and diagnosis of various ophthalmic diseases. Ocular photography is used to record medical conditions, track disease progression and create illustrations for publication and education. The primary role of ophthalmic imaging however, goes well beyond documentation in its ability to aid in the diagnosis of a broad range of eye conditions

Related topic :

•        Anteroposterior view (AP)

•        Lateral view

•        Oblique view in X rays

•        Adduction

•        Extension of Limb

•        Flexion

•        Lateral decubitus

•        Prone

•        Recumbent 

  • Track 21-1Optical Coherence Tomography
  • Track 21-2ICG Angiography
  • Track 21-3Stereo Imaging
  • Track 21-4Monochromatic Retinal Photography

A case report on Cardiology gives an appropriate convention for all cardiologists by rendering their important clinical cases of late occurrence. Studying from medical cases provides valuable experience for clinicians, students and paramedical staff -members. Rare medical reports and conditions discovered through the latest methods of examination are energized. Moreover, studying diagnostic methods from medical cases and the interpretation of symptoms is significant to train and burgeon the thought processes which are being used in the clinical field.

Cardiac rehabilitation

Regenerative cardiac biology research

Cardiovascular epidemiology research

Clinical problems involving the heart and vascular system

Proteomic analysis of heart disease

Stem cell analysis of heart disease

Conventional gastrointestinal complexity studies are thought to be old-fashioned by numerous as more up to date imaging modalities give more points of interest on gastrointestinal morphology and accomplish more prominent affectability and specificity. Imaging modalities not withstanding customary upper GI arrangement incorporate endoscopy examinations, CT and MRI enteroclysis and in addition virtual colonoscopy ponders which have been all the more as of late added to the symptomatic instrument set. The distinctive sorts of imaging modalities be that as it may, propel modalities have not supplanted rather supplement regular reviews.

Cardiac imaging techniques include coronary catheterization, echocardiogram, Intravascular ultrasound, Cardiac PET scan, Cardiac CT scan and Cardiac MRI.

A physician may recommend cardiac imaging to support a diagnosis of a heart condition.

Medical specialty professional organizations discourage the use of routine cardiac imaging during pre-operative assessment for patients about to undergo low or mid-risk non-cardiac surgery because the procedure carries risks and is unlikely to result in the change of a patient's management. Stress cardiac imaging is discouraged in the evaluation of patients without cardiac symptoms or in routine follow-ups

Digital imaging in dentistry has come to describe several technologies. This article will focus on digital images captured by digital cameras and their use in patient consultations.

 

Although digital photography is no longer new, the power of high-quality photography is still “king” of dental technologies with regard to patient communication. The opportunity to communicate directly and visually with our patients empowers the Big 3 in dentistry:

 

1. Diagnosis (disease, trauma, or esthetic dilemma)

2. Treatment planning (multidisciplinary or sequence)

3. The treatment preview (accurate cosmetic imaging of the proposed result)

 

Cosmetic or esthetic dentistry has become mainstream in general dentistry, with patient demand increasing yearly. If the goal of cosmetic dentistry is completely visual, then our consultation should also be completely visual. I call this visual experience the Digital Patient Consultation (DPC).

 

 

The Discipline of Clinical Dental Research has experiencing changes in extension, strategies, instrumentation and innovation which is driven by expanded familiarity with quality medicinal services in creating nations and progressed biotechnological accessibility in created world. It incorporates increment use of PC innovation in analytic science, atomic techniques, and clinical estimations, which thusly will influence clinical basic leadership with expanded exactness.

The adjustments in example of oral malady have additionally expanded the extent of clinical research with move in center of research to investigate obscure etiological element and etiopathogenesis. Subsequently the general pattern is towards the expanded request of prepared and experienced clinical agent in dentistry.

An expansion in subsidizing for clinical research is definitely on the grounds that examination financing if utilized as a part of fitting bearing will decrease huge social insurance cost for the administration and enhanced personal satisfaction for the patient. Additionally there is extent of enhancing general wellbeing of patients as well, if extension is done on oral wellbeing research. 

Pediatric Radiology advises its perusers of new discoveries and advance in every aspect of pediatric imaging and in related fields. This is accomplished by a mix of unique papers, and audits depicting the current situation with learning in a specific subject. Substance incorporate advances in innovation, strategy, mechanical assembly and assistant gear are introduced, and alterations of standard systems.

Neuroradiology is a subspecialty of radiology focusing on the diagnosis and characterization of abnormalities of the central and peripheral nervous system, spine, and head and neck using neuroimaging techniques. Primary imaging modalities include computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Plain radiography is utilized on a limited basis and ultrasound is used in limited circumstances, in particular in the pediatric population. Angiography is traditionally used for diagnosis of vascular abnormalities or diagnosis and characterization of masses or other lesions but is being replaced in many instances by CT or MRI angiography and imaging.

Clinical Research on brain diseases, as on any disease affecting humans, often proceeds from taking promising results produced in studying an animal model of a disease and applying these results to the first studies in human patients who have that disease. These first studies in patients usually determine whether the animal model has accurately portrayed what is actually occurring in the human disease, and whether the intervention (such as a drug, a device, or a surgical technique) works safely in patients. This first research in humans also tries to determine whether these interventions, which appeared to work in the animal model of the disease, also show promise in treating patients who have the disease. 

Session include various Clinical Research’s on Gastroenterology and their related aspects

  • Esophagogastroduodenoscopy and related techniques
  • Colonoscopy, polypectomy, and related techniques
  • Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
  • Capsule endoscopy and small bowel enteroscopy
  • Gastrointestinal motility procedures
  • Dietary treatment of gastrointestinal disease