dear dr karthikeyan, i heard more about u few yrs back when u published u r ct scan book.last week i happened to see ur hrct,brain,abd books.i bought all.wonderful pictures and notes.great work.keep it up.
Thanks for your kind greeting. Let me express my sincere appreciation for your outstanding image collection that indeed corroborates how close diagnostic imaging - a surrogate for true biomedical morphology and function - comes to art. Do keep up your good work.
I am a practising radiologist in Jabalpur, India. I applied to the AMC last year. AMC has cleared my credentials & am now under the specialist college assessment procedure. Specialist college has invited me for an interview in third week of may.
I am looking for some guidance, as to what would be the scenario.
My email id is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will be very thankful to get valuable advice from you.
yes Dr kartikeyan...thanks for the reply..yeah its a bit difficult to maintain the baseline heart rate, thus the pre medication takes more time than the study itself. But still we are managing quite good results..
'Thanks for your reaction.
What kind of program are you planning to set up?
I have a software package for Cardiac MR: CAAS MRV: The CAAS MRV (Magnetic Resonance Ventricular analysis) software enables cardiologists and radiologists to perform functional analysis on cine-magnetic resonance images for cardiac MRI studies. The quantitative analysis package provides automatic segmentation of the endo- and epicardial left ventricular heart wall on all short axis images, both in time and space. Viability of myocardium can easily be quantified, together with the local deterioration of myocardial blood flow.