Maria G. Guerrisi

Professor

Macro-area: Fisica Applicata, didattica e storia della Fisica
SSD: FIS/07

guerrisi@med.uniroma2.it

+39 06 72596025

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A. Y. 2023 - 2024
A. Y. 2022 - 2023

Last 5 articles (PubMed)

  • Multishell diffusion MRI reveals whole-brain white matter changes in HIV

    Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and diffusion kurtosis imaging (DKI) have been previously used to explore white matter related to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. While DTI and DKI suffer from low specificity, the Combined Hindered and Restricted Model of Diffusion (CHARMED) provides additional microstructural specificity. We used these three models to evaluate microstructural differences between 35 HIV-positive patients without neurological impairment and 20 healthy controls who...

  • Clinical implementation of a log file-based machine and patient QA system for IMRT and VMAT treatment plans

    CONCLUSIONS: LW can be considered useful complement to phantom-based delivery QA of IMRT/VMAT plans. The MCS tool is effective in detecting over or under modulated plans prior to pre-treatment QA. However, rigorous and routinely machine QCs are recommended.

  • Classification of real-world pathological phonocardiograms through multi-instance learning

    Heart auscultation is an inexpensive and fundamental technique to effectively to diagnose cardiovascular disease. However, due to relatively high human error rates even when auscultation is performed by an experienced physician, and due to the not universal availability of qualified personnel e.g. in developing countries, a large body of research is attempting to develop automated, computational tools for detecting abnormalities in heart sounds. The large heterogeneity of achievable data quality...

  • Compartmental models for diffusion weighted MRI reveal widespread brain changes in HIV-infected patients

    Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) has been used to explore changes in the brain of subjects with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. However, DTI notoriously suffers from low specificity. Neurite orientation dispersion and density imaging (NODDI) is a compartmental model able to provide specific microstructural information with additional sensitivity/specificity. In this study we use both the NODDI and the DTI models to evaluate microstructural differences between 35 HIV-positive patients...

  • Comparison of rigid and deformable coregistration between mpMRI and CT images in radiotherapy of prostate bed cancer recurrence

    CONCLUSIONS: Rigid image coregistration is sufficiently accurate in this setting. The results indicate that the deformable registration tends to shrink the voxels and to dislocate the ROI, the adopted expansion for the recurrence volume adequately accounts for the observed deformation and dislocation, provided that organ filling is controlled.

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