Paul E. Kinahan
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Covers the physics and applications of modern medical imaging methods, including X-rays, magnetic resonance, nuclear/isotope and ultrasound. Data and signal processing, contrast enhancement, and display technologies are also covered. This course provides the medical imaging student with the fundamentals for creating advancements in medical imaging.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Meeting Times and Locations Wednesdays, 6:30-9:50 p.m., Sept. 27-Dec. 6, 2006 (No class Nov. 22) Bellevue at 2445 140th Ave. NE, in the Overlake area.
Text: Fundamentals of Medical Imaging, by Paul Suetens
Class assignments and grading
Labs: Optional demonstrations of actual imaging devices will be arranged outside ofregular class hours, to include MRI, X-ray CT, nuclear medicine, and ultrasound.
Grading: 40% course project, 20% home work assignments (4), 20% Exam 1, 20% Exam 2