Noemi Garau

Noemi Garau
Politecnico di Milano | Polimi · Department of Bioengineering

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Integrating the information coming from biological samples with digital data, such as medical images, has gained prominence with the advent of precision medicine. Research in this field faces an ever-increasing amount of data to manage and, as a consequence, the need to structure these data in a functional and standardized fashion to promote and fa...
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Purpose With the future goal of defining a large dataset based on low-dose CT with labelled pulmonary lesions for lung cancer screening (LCS) research, the aim of this work is to propose and evaluate into a clinical context a tool for semi-automatic segmentation able to facilitate the process of labels collection from a LCS study (COSMOS, Continuou...
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Radiomics uses high-dimensional sets of imaging features to predict biological characteristics of tumors and clinical outcomes. The choice of the algorithm used to analyze radiomic features and perform predictions has a high impact on the results, thus the identification of adequate machine learning methods for radiomic applications is crucial. In...
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Purpose: Low-dose CT screening allows early lung cancer detection, but is affected by frequent false positive results, inter/intra observer variation and uncertain diagnoses of lung nodules. Radiomics-based models have recently been introduced to overcome these issues, but limitations in demonstrating their generalizability on independent datasets...
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MRI-treatment units enable 2D cine-MRI centred in the tumour for motion detection in radiotherapy, but they lack 3D information due to spatio-temporal limits. To derive time-resolved 3D information, different approaches have been proposed in the literature, but a rigorous comparison among these strategies has not yet been performed. The goal of thi...
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In-room magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allows the acquisition of fast 2D cine-MRI centered in the tumor for advanced motion management in radiotherapy. To achieve 3D information during treatment, patient-specific motion models can be considered the most viable solution. However, conventional global motion models are built using a single motion su...

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