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Name des Moduls [116210] Biomedical Imaging - Non Ionizing Radiation Modulcode PAFMO121

Studiengang [128] Physik ECTS Punkte 4 LP

Arbeitsaufwand für Selbststudium 90 Stunden Häufigkeit des Angebotes (Modulturnus) jedes 2. Semester (ab Sommersemester)
Arbeitsaufwand in Präsenzstunden 30 Stunden Dauer des Moduls 1 Semester
Arbeitsaufwand Summe (Workload) 120 Stunden    

Modulverantwortlicher

Prof. Dr. J. R. Reichenbach, Prof. Dr. E. Förster

Voraussetzungen für die Vergabe von Leistungspunkten

mündliche Prüfung (100%)

Literatur
  • Oppelt. Imaging Systems for Medical Diagnostics: Fundamentals, Technical Solutions and Applications for Systems Applying Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Ultrasound, Publicis, 2nd edition, 2006;
  • J.T. Bushberg et al., The Essential Physics of Medical Imaging, Lippincott Raven, 3rd edition, 2011;
  • R.W. Brown, Y.-C. N. Cheng, E. M. Haacke, M.R. Thompson, R. Venkatesan, Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Physical Principles and Sequence Design, Wiley, 2nd edition, 2014.
Unterrichtssprache

Englisch

Voraussetzungen für die Zulassung zum Modul

Keine

Art des Moduls

Wahlpflichtmodul M.Sc. Physik in der Vertiefung „Optik“

Wahlpflichtmodul M.Sc. Photonics

Zusammensetzung des Moduls / Lehrformen

Vorlesung: 2 SWS

Übung: 1 SWS

Inhalte
  • Introduction to imaging systems;
  • Physical principles behind the design of selected biomedical imaging systems, including magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound imaging;
  • Technological aspects of each modality;
  • Importance of each modality concerning physical, biological and clinical applications.
Lern- und Qualifikationsziele

The course introduces physical principles, properties and technical concepts of imaging systems as they are applied today in medicine and physics. The focus is laid on the use and application of non-ionizing radiation, as utilized, e.g., with magnetic resonance imaging or ultrasound imaging. Applications and current developments will be presented. After active participation the students should demonstrate a critical understanding of the theoretical basis and technologies of these imaging systems and have acquired an appreciation of instrumentation and practical issues with different imaging systems. The course is independent of the course Biomedical Imaging – Ionizing Radiation offered in the 3rd semester.



PAFMO121 ... Biomedical Imaging - Non Ionizing Radiation

PAFMO121 ... Biomedical Imaging - Non Ionizing Radiation Modulhandbuch


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