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January-March 2020| Vol 10| Issue 1

Original Article

Computationally efficient system matrix calculation techniques in computed tomography iterative reconstruction

Background: Relative to classical methods in computed tomography, iterative reconstruction techniques enable significantly improved image qualities and/or lowered patient doses. However, the ...


Original Article

A Semi-supervised method for tumor segmentation in mammogram images

Background: Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women. Mammogram images have an important role in the treatment of various states of this cancer. In recent years, machine learn...


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Wearable wireless sensors for measuring calorie consumption

Background: The tracking devices could help measuring the heart rate and energy expenditure and recognizing the user's activity. The calorie measurement is a significant achievement for t...


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A novel non-enzymatic biosensor based on Ti-metallic glass thin film: The blood glucose oxidation approach

Background: Material selection is a key issue for the fabrication of non-enzymatic electrode in glucose biosensors. Metallic glass (MG) as an advanced innovative material can provides many ba...


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The measurement of thyroid absorbed dose by gafchromic™ EBT2 film and changes in thyroid hormone levels following radiotherapy in patients with breast cancer

Background: Radiotherapy is a main method for the treatment of breast cancer. This study aimed to measure the absorbed dose of thyroid gland using Gafchromic EBT2 film during breast cancer ra...


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ISSN - Print: NA,
Online: 2228-7477

Journal of Medical Signals & Sensors, a publication of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed online Quarterly journal.

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