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Application of spectrum analysis and neural-network classification to imaging for targeting and monitoring treatment of prostate cancer

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Feleppa, E.J. ; Riverside Res. Inst., New York, NY, USA ; Ketterling, J.A. ; Kalisz, A. ; Urban, S.
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Conventional B-mode ultrasound is the standard means of imaging the prostate for guiding prostate biopsies and planning brachytherapy of prostate cancer. Yet no imaging modality, including B-mode images, reliably shows cancerous lesions of the prostate. Tissue-typing imaging based on spectrum analysis of ultrasonic radio-frequency (RF) echo signals may be able to overcome the limitations of conventional imaging modalities for visualizing prostate tumors. Such tissue typing utilizes neural-networks, to classify tissue based on spectral-parameter and clinical-variable values. Tissue-type images based on these methods are intended to improve guidance of prostate biopsies and targeting of radiotherapy of prostate cancer. Two-dimensional images have been imported into instrumentation for real-time biopsy guidance and into commercial dose-planning software for brachytherapy planning. Three-dimensional renderings show locations and volumes of cancer foci

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Ultrasonics Symposium, 2001 IEEE  (Volume:2 )

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2001

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