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Nuclear Scanning Optimization for Medical Applications


Publishing date
01 Sep 2022
Status
Open
Submission deadline
13 May 2022

Lead Editor

1University of Teramo, Teramo, Italy

2PSG College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India

3Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India


Nuclear Scanning Optimization for Medical Applications


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Description

Nuclear scanning has traditionally adopted and exploited many methods of integrating computer vision into broader fields. With help, many scanning methods and image data modifications can be updated with respect to next-generation technology. These techniques are used to visualize image-based nuclear scanning and integration for non-invasive medical applications. Scanning methods are usually painless, except for intravenous injections.

Medical scans also show relatively smaller variations in anatomy, orientation, and field of view compared with natural images. These scanning tests use a radioactive substance called a radiopharmaceutical to help the doctor diagnose and evaluate a medical condition. We can see peak levels on a fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) scan, allowing the doctor to detect the disease before it can be detected on a specific medical scan report. The FDG-PET is one of the most important scanning operations used in medical science. Normally, this is optimized and controlled by effective scanners to generate efficient results. Nuclear scanning technology requires small doses of harmful content to detect, measure, or treat many diseases. It is implicated in several forms of tumor, cardiac, cardiovascular, endocrine, psychiatric, and other kinds of diseases. Since nuclear scanning applications can detect molecular activity, they can also diagnose disease at early levels.

The aim of this Special Issue is to discuss recent developments and innovations in nuclear scanning applications in the field of medical science. We are particularly interested in developing new uses for nuclear scanning optimization methods for next generation scanners. We welcome both original research and review articles.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • Medical scanning and smart device applications
  • Internet of Things-based scanning methods and applications
  • Nuclear scanning and power informatics
  • Medical photography and data transfer
  • Scanning pixels and fragmentation
  • Nuclear medicine and therapeutic scanning procedures
  • Nuclear medical fusion and scanning optimization
  • Radioimmunotherapy and radiotherapy for medical scanning applications
  • Optimization and scanning efficiency upgradation
  • Impact of medical scanning resolution in nuclear medicine
  • Logic in nuclear scan-based programming
  • Probability logic and belief functions for health-based scan monitoring
  • Bio-intelligence and scanning optimization
  • Molecular scanning and drug prediction
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