chapter = {Reconstruction in Positron Emission Tomography},
  pages = {185-208},
  title = {Graphics Processing Unit-Based High Performance Computing in Radiation Therapy},
  publisher = {CRC Press},
  year = 2015,
  editor = {Xun Jia and Steve B. Jiang},
  author = {F. P. Vidal and {J.-M.} Rocchisani},
  note = {ISBN 14-8224-479-9},
  pdf = {pdf/Vidal2015Book.pdf}
  chapter = {Simulator development in vascular and visceral interventions},
  pages = {11-28},
  title = {Innovative Cardiovascular Procedures},
  publisher = {Edizione Minerva Medica},
  year = {2009},
  editor = {A. Branchereau and M. Jacobs},
  author = {D. Gould and F. Bello and N. John and S. Johnson and C. Hunt and
	H. Woolnough and A. Bulpitt and V. Luboz and D. King and {P.-F.}
	Villard and S. Pisharody and F. Vidal and A. Sinha},
  address = {Turin, Italy},
  note = {ISBN 88-7711-637-7},
  abstract = {Throughout the practice of procedural medicine, there is an unrelenting
	shift to management by less invasive techniques such as interventional
	radiology (IR). This subspecialty within radiology uses imaging to
	guide needles, wires and catheters using tiny access incisions. Like
	other minimally invasive techniques, risk, pain and recovery times
	are reduced as compared with more invasive approaches such as open
	surgery. These benefits, alongside the emergence of increasingly
	novel therapeutic technologies, are driving worldwide expansion.
	The core skills of IR include the Seldinger technique and the use
	of imaging and touch to effectively guide needles, wires and catheters
	in a wide range of procedures. Safe practice requires the operator
	to respond correctly to both visual and tactile cues in vascular
	angioplasty, stenting and stent-grafting, as well as control of bleeding,
	biopsy, abscess drainage and catheterization of the urinary and biliary
	tracts for drainage and stenting. The operator's deliberations may
	then initiate and inform a range of motor actions, including very
	fine translational and rotational motions, particularly in challenging
	anatomy. As the spectrum of available techniques increases, so the
	limited number and availability of suitably trained practitioners
	becomes a factor in their restricted availability to patients. Awareness
	of the need to expand IR training facilities is thus highly topical.},
  pdf = {pdf/Gould2009EVC.pdf}

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