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The formation of high quality images of internal structures or processes in the body is of fundamental importance for the accurate diagnosis and/or monitoring of disease. The aim of this course is to provide an introduction to the basic principles, techniques and applications of biomedical imaging.
|UCL Credits/ ECTS|
|Taught by||Mr Gillian Munir|
The lectures will cover the main imaging modalities in current clinical use, namely X-Ray imaging including computed tomography (CT), Nuclear medicine, Ultrasound imaging, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and optical methods; as well as more recent developments in medical imaging research such as photoacoustic imaging and electrical impedance tomography.