Digital Mammography: 10th International Workshop, Iwdm 2010, Girona, Catalonia, Spain, June 16-18, 2010. Proceedings: 10 by Joan MartDigital Mammography: 10th International Workshop, Iwdm 2010, Girona, Catalonia, Spain, June 16-18, 2010. Proceedings: 10 by Joan Mart

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This volume of Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science series comprises th the scienti?c proceedings of the 10 International Workshop on Digital Mammography (IWDM), which was held June 16-18, 2010 in Girona, Cata- nia. The IWDMmeetingstraditionallybringtogetheradiversesetofresearchers (physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists, engineers), clinicians (radi- ogists, surgeons) and representatives of industry, who are jointly committed to developing technology, not just for its own sake, but to support clinicians in the early detection and subsequent patient management of breast cancer. The IWDM conference series was initiated at a 1993 meeting of the SPIE Medical Imaging Symposium in San Jose, CA, with subsequent meetings hosted every two yearsbyresearchersaroundthe world. Former workshopswereheld in York, England (1994), Chicago, IL USA (1996), Nijmegen, The Netherlands (1998), Toronto, Canada (2000), Bremen, Germany (2002), Durham, NC, USA (2004), Manchester, UK (2006) and Tucson, AZ USA (2008). Each of these scienti?c events was combined with very successful and focused industrial and research exhibits, which demonstrated the milestones of digital mammography over the years. A total number of 141 paper submissions from 21 countries were received. Each of these four-page abstract submissions was reviewed in a blind process by at least two members of the Scienti?c Committee, which led to a ?nal selection of 46 oral presentations and 57 posters during the two and one-half days of scienti?c sessions.
Title:Digital Mammography: 10th International Workshop, Iwdm 2010, Girona, Catalonia, Spain, June 16-18…Format:PaperbackDimensions:772 pagesPublished:June 17, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Oral Session 1: CAD.- Impact of CAD with Full Field Digital Mammography on Workflow and Cost.- Performance of Triple-Modality CADx on Breast Cancer Diagnostic Classification.- Needle Path Planning Method for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Biopsy Based on Probabilistic Techniques.- X-ray Mammography - MRI Registration Using a Volume-Preserving Affine Transformation and an EM-MRF for Breast Tissue Classification.- Oral Session 2: Image Processing and Analysis I.- Interactive Multi-scale Contrast Enhancement of Previously Processed Digital Mammograms.- Lesion Segmentation in Breast Sonography.- Mammogram Compression Using Super-Resolution.- Development of an Ensemble of Digital Breast Object Models.- Analysis of Geometric Accuracy in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Reconstruction.- Oral Session 3: Breast Imaging Physics.- Results of Comprehensive Dose Survey for Mammography.- Validation of a Simulated Dose Reduction Methodology Using Digital Mammography CDMAM Images and Mastectomy Images.- Measured Dose versus Organ Dose Performance in Digital Mammography Systems.- Noise Reduction in Dual-Energy Contrast Enhanced Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Using Regularization.- Phantom Dose Levels Found at Annual Physics Surveys in a National Mammography Screening Program: Comparison of Doses from Analog and Digital Equipment and from Digital Equipment at Different Points in Time.- Poster Session 1.- Task-Based Evaluation of Image Quality of Filtered Back Projection for Breast Tomosynthesis.- A Comparative Study of the Inter-reader Variability of Breast Percent Density Estimation in Digital Mammography: Potential Effect of Reader's Training and Clinical Experience.- Concepts for Efficient and Reliable Multi-modal Breast Image Reading.- Modeling the Impact of CAD on the Outcomes of the UK Breast Screening Programme.- Introducing a Novel Image Quality Measure for Digital Phase-Contrast-Image Evaluation.- Modelling Structural Deformations in Mammographic Tissue Using the Dual-Tree Complex Wavelet.- Classification of Linear Structures in Mammograms Using Random Forests.- Should CAD Be Used as a Second Reader? - Exploring Two Alternative Reading Modes for CAD in Screening Mammography.- Automated Assessment of Area of Dense Tissue in the Breast: A Comparison with Human Estimation.- Local Greylevel Appearance Histogram Based Texture Segmentation.- Quantification of Vascular Calcifications on Digitized Mammograms.- Comparison of Tilt Correction Methods in Full Field Digital Mammograms.- Optimising Beam Quality Selection in Mammographic Acquisition Using the Standard Attenuation Rate.- Investigating the Replacement of the Physical Anti-scatter Grid with Digital Image Processing.- Diffusion-Weighted Imaging (DWI) for Breast Cancers; Challenging to Diagnose Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) and Invasive Lobular Carcinoma (ILC).- CR Mammography: Image Quality Measurement and Model Calculation for Needle vs. Powder Imaging Plate.- Performance Assessment of Breast Tomosynthesis Systems: Concepts for Two Types of Phantoms.- Realistic Simulation of Microcalcifications in Breast Tomosynthesis.- Breast Tomosynthesis Reconstruction Using a Grid of Blobs with Projection Matrices.- A Boosting Based Approach for Automatic Micro-calcification Detection.- Automatic Breast Tissue Classification Based on BIRADS Categories.- Validation of Mammographic Texture Analysis for Assessment of Breast Cancer Risk.- Towards Learning Spiculation Score of the Masses in Mammography Images.- Three Digital Mammography Display Configurations: Observer Performance in a Pilot ROC Study.- How Can Image Quality Affect the Detection Performance of Breast CAD (Computer Aided Detection) in FFDM (Full Field Digital Mammography)? - A Comparative Study with Two Different FFDM Systems-.- Feature Point Detection for Non-rigid Registration of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Images.- Contrast Detail Curves on Digital Mammography: Performance Comparison of Raw and Filtered Images.- Reader Fatigue Interpreting Mammograms.- Adapting Clinical Images to Appear with Different Noise and Sharpness to Model a Different Detector.- Oral Session 4: Physics Models.- Human Observer Performance in a Single Slice or a Volume: Effect of Background Correlation.- Influence of Geometrical Factors on Phase Contrast Fiber Images.- Robust Breast Composition Measurement - VolparaTM.- Oral Session 5: Clinical Experiences.- Technical Evaluation of a Digital Breast Tomosynthesis System.- Mammographic Interpretation Training: How Could Low Cost Display Devices Help?.- A Survey of Patient Doses from Digital Mammography Systems in the UK in 2007 to 2009.- Analysis of Mammography Quality Control Results: Evidence for a Change in Test Frequency?.- A Comparative Study of Volumetric and Area-Based Breast Density Estimation in Digital Mammography: Results from a Screening Population.- Oral Session 6: Breast Density.- Volumetric Breast Density and Breast Cancer Risk Factors in a Screening Population.- Determinants and Consequences of Change in Breast Density.- Comparison of Subregional Breast Density with Whole Breast Density.- Comparing a New Volumetric Breast Density Method (VolparaTM) to Cumulus.- Visual Assessment of Density in Digital Mammograms.- Oral Session 7: Digital Breast Tomosynthesis.- Concepts for High-Resolution CT of the Breast.- Optimised Breast Tomosynthesis with a Novel CMOS Flat Panel Detector.- Calculation of OTF, NPS, and DQE for Oblique X-Ray Incidence on Turbid Granular Phosphors.- Scanner for Integrated X-Ray Breast Tomosynthesis and Molecular Breast Imaging Tomosynthesis.- An Anthropomorphic Software Breast Phantom for Tomosynthesis Simulation: Power Spectrum Analysis of Phantom Projections.- Poster Session 2.- Comparison of Two Novel FFDM Systems with Different a-Se Detector Technology: Physical Characterization and Phantom Contrast Detail Evaluation in Clinical Conditions.- Development of a Peripheral Thickness Estimation Method for Volumetric Breast Density Measurements in Mammography Using a 3D Finite Element Breast Model.- Is CAD Able to Assist in the Detection of Subtle Breast Findings - Lobular Cancers, and T1a/T1b Masses in Dense Breasts?.- Towards More Realistic Biomechanical Modelling of Tumours under Mammographic Compressions.- Scoring Systems in Computer-Based Training for Digital Mammography.- The Effect of Slab Size on Mass Detection Performance of a Screen-Film CAD System in Reconstructed Tomosynthesis Volumes.- Synthesising Malignant Breast Masses in Normal Mammograms.- Comparison of Microcalcification Detection Rates and Recall Rates in Digital and Analogue Mammography.- Constancy Checking of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Systems.- Mammographic Image Segmentation and Risk Classification Using a Novel Texture Signature Based Methodology.- Stratified Sampling for Case Selection Criteria for Evaluating CAD.- Breast Shapes on Real and Simulated Mammograms.- Regularization Parameter Selection in Maximum a Posteriori Iterative Reconstruction for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis.- Image Quality Phantom in Close Compliance with the ICRU-44 Breast Tissue Substitute Standard and Realistic Background Noise Pattern for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis.- The Standard Attenuation Rate for Quantitative Mammography.- National Software Supported Quality Assurance Program in Digital Mammography: Experiences and Challenges.- Inter and Intra Observer Variability in a Semi-automatic Method for Measuring Volumetric Breast Density.- Optimization of the Exposure Parameters with Signal-to-Noise Ratios Considering Human Visual Characteristics in Digital Mammography.- Ideal Observer Comparison between Tomographic and Projection x-Ray Images of the Breast.- Breast Structural Noise in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis and Its Dependence on Reconstruction Methods.- Dual-Energy Dividing Mammography.- Effect of BI-RADS Assessment in Improving CAD of Masses.- Analysis of the Benefit/Risk Ratio Obtained in the Valencian Breast Early Detection Program During 2007 and 2008.- Monte Carlo Simulation of Scatter Field for Calculation of Contrast of Discs in Synthetic CDMAM Images.- Classifying Breast Masses in Volumetric Whole Breast Ultrasound Data: A 2.5-Dimensional Approach.- A supplement to the European Guidelines for Quality Assurance in Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis.- Investigation of Practical Scoring Methods for Breast Density.- Performance of the New Double Layer Amorphous Selenium Detector for Digital Mammography Compared to the FDA Approved CR System for Digital Mammography.- Oral Session 8: Image Processing and Analysis II.- Machine Learning Techniques and Mammographic Risk Assessment.- Automatic BI-RADS Description of Mammographic Masses.- A Clustering Method for the Extraction of Microcalcifications Using Epipolar Curves in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis.- Oral Session 9: Lesion Detection.- Software Framework for Simulating Clusters of Microcalcifications in Digital Mammography.- Improved Microcalcification Detection for Breast Tomosynthesis Using a Penalized-Maximum-Likelihood Reconstruction Method.- Microcalcification Detection in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Using an Epipolar Curve Approach.- Spiculated Lesions and Architectural Distortions Detection in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Datasets.- An Observer Model for Lesion Detectability in Contrast-Enhanced Digital Mammography.- Oral Session 10: Registration.- Fast Deformation Simulation of Breasts Using GPU-Based Dynamic Explicit Finite Element Method.- Breast Image Registration by Combining Finite Elements and Free-Form Deformations.- The Effect of Motion Correction on Pharmacokinetic Parameter Estimation.- Improved Detection of Cancer in Screening Mammograms by Temporal Comparison.- Combined Reconstruction and Registration of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis.