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      Mark S Landis

      Mark S Landis

      Department of Medical Imaging, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada; Deceased. | Department of Radiology, Victoria Hospital, London Health Science Centre, Western ...

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      Mark S Landis:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichMark S Landishas direct influence:Functional lung,Functional lung avoidance,Neural foramina,Lung avoidance,Cell lung,Small cell,Stereotactic ablative,Madelung disease.

      Mark S Landis:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Mark S Landis has influence:Deep learning,Radiation therapy,Medical images,Cell lung,Intervertebral discs,Lumbar spine,Image segmentation.

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      Year
      2022

      Department of Medical Imaging, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada; Deceased.

      2019

      Department of Radiology, Victoria Hospital, London Health Science Centre, Western University, London, ON, Canada N6A 5W9

      2018

      Western Univ. (Canada)

      2017

      Digital Imaging Group, London, ON, Canada

      2016

      Dept. of Medical Imaging, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario, 1151 Richmond St, London, ON, Canada

      2015

      Victoria Hospital, London Health Sciences Center, London, ON, Canada

      2014

      Department of Medical Imaging, Western University, London, Ontario Canada

      2009

      Department of Radiology, University of Western Ontario, 339 Windermere Rd, London, ON, Canada N6A 5A5.

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      Sample of concepts for which Mark S Landis is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      modalities automatically #3
      feature representation invariance #3
      pose vertebra #3
      multimodal vertebrae recognition #3
      automatic vertebra recognition #3
      multimodal vertebra recognition #3
      feature fusion rectification #3
      spinal clinical diagnoses #3
      modal vertebra #3
      orientations feature fusion #3
      vertebra pattern #3
      modal vertebrae #3
      spine automation #3
      image features discriminativity #3
      rectification experiment #4
      vertebra recognition #4
      rwt lv dimensions #4
      image features modalities #5
      vertebrae paper #6
      pose vertebrae #7
      229 fiducial pairs #8
      pwm sections #8
      presurgery computed tomography #8
      vivo imaging sabr #8
      pwm reconstruction #8
      homologous intrinsic landmarks #8
      registration pwm #8
      lobectomy tissue sections #8
      viable tumour post #8
      rwt dimensions #8
      × 3” slides #8
      temporal dynamic modeling #8
      registration pwm sections #8
      sections pwms #8
      registration vivo imaging #8
      56 pwms #8
      areas rwt #9
      interactive stitching #9
      transformed deep #10
      ventricle deep #12
      pwms developed #12
      pwm tissue #12
      vertebrae recognition #12
      plan 3he #13
      accrual qol #13
      mri avoidance #13
      avoidance arm patients #13
      trial qol scores #13
      vertebra locations #14
      tool histologic #14
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      Prominent publications by Mark S Landis

      KOL-Index: 11450

      BACKGROUND: Although radiotherapy is a key component of curative-intent treatment for locally advanced, unresectable non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), it can be associated with substantial pulmonary toxicity in some patients. Current radiotherapy planning techniques aim to minimize the radiation dose to the lungs, without accounting for regional variations in lung function. Many patients, particularly smokers, can have substantial regional differences in pulmonary ventilation patterns, ...

      Known for Functional Lung | Clinical Trial | Avoidance Plan | Quality Life | Pulmonary Toxicity
      KOL-Index: 9770

      PURPOSE: Stereotactic ablative radiation therapy (SABR) is a guideline-specified treatment option for early-stage lung cancer. However, significant posttreatment fibrosis can occur and obfuscate the detection of local recurrence. The goal of this study was to assess physician ability to detect timely local recurrence and to compare physician performance with a radiomics tool.

      METHODS AND MATERIALS: Posttreatment computed tomography (CT) scans (n=182) from 45 patients treated with SABR ...

      Known for Lung Cancer | Local Recurrence Sabr | Stereotactic Ablative | Radiation Therapy | Computed Tomography
      KOL-Index: 8798

      A phase II trial was launched to evaluate if neoadjuvant stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) before surgery improves oncologic outcomes in patients with stage I non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). We report a mandated interim safety analysis for the first 10 patients who completed protocol treatment. Operable patients with biopsy-proven T1-2 N0 NSCLC were eligible. SABR was delivered using a risk-adapted fractionation (54Gy/3 fractions, 55/5 or 60/8). Surgical resection was planned ...

      Known for Cell Lung | Sabr Surgery | Stereotactic Ablative | Early Stage | Surgical Resection
      KOL-Index: 8702

      Cardiac left ventricle (LV) quantification is among the most clinically important tasks for identification and diagnosis of cardiac diseases, yet still a challenge due to the high variability of cardiac structure and the complexity of temporal dynamics. Full quantification, i.e., to simultaneously quantify all LV indices including two areas (cavity and myocardium), six regional wall thicknesses (RWT), three LV dimensions, and one cardiac phase, is even more challenging since the ...

      Known for Learning Network | Deep Multitask | Lv Indices | Quantification Ventricle | Cardiac Structure
      KOL-Index: 6994

      BACKGROUND: Radiation therapy treatment planning has advanced over the past 2 decades, with increased emphasis on 3-dimensional imaging for target and organ-at-risk (OAR) delineation. Recent studies suggest a need for improved resident instruction in this area. We developed and evaluated an intensive national educational course ("boot camp") designed to provide dedicated instruction in site-specific anatomy, radiology, and contouring using a multidisciplinary (MDT) approach.

      METHODS: The ...

      Known for Radiation Oncology | Radiology Contouring | Boot Camp | Gold Standard | Internship Residency
      KOL-Index: 6178

      PURPOSE: Imaging after stereotactic ablative radiation therapy (SABR) for early-stage non-small cell lung cancer can detect recurrences and second primary lung cancers; however, the optimal follow-up practice of these patients remains unclear. We sought to establish consensus recommendations for surveillance after SABR.

      METHODS AND MATERIALS: International opinion leaders in thoracic radiation oncology and radiology were invited to participate (n = 31), with 11 accepting (9 radiation ...

      Known for Cell Lung | Radiation Therapy | Stereotactic Ablative | Consensus Recommendations | Tomography Scans
      KOL-Index: 3979

      As a common disease in the elderly, neural foramina stenosis (NFS) brings a significantly negative impact on the quality of life due to its symptoms including pain, disability, fall risk and depression. Accurate boundary delineation is essential to the clinical diagnosis and treatment of NFS. However, existing clinical routine is extremely tedious and inefficient due to the requirement of physicians' intensively manual delineation. Automated delineation is highly needed but faces big ...

      Known for Neural Foramina | Boundary Delineation | Spinal Stenosis | Proposed Framework | Automated Accurate
      KOL-Index: 3722

      Computer-aided diagnosis of spine problems relies on the automatic identification of spine structures in images. The task of automatic vertebra recognition is to identify the global spine and local vertebra structural information such as spine shape, vertebra location and pose. Vertebra recognition is challenging due to the large appearance variations in different image modalities/views and the high geometric distortions in spine shape. Existing vertebra recognitions are usually ...

      Known for Vertebra Recognition | Spine Shape | Computeraided Diagnosis | Image Modalities | Ray Computed
      KOL-Index: 2908

      Automatic vertebra recognition, including the identification of vertebra locations and naming in multiple image modalities, are highly demanded in spinal clinical diagnoses where large amount of imaging data from various of modalities are frequently and interchangeably used. However, the recognition is challenging due to the variations of MR/CT appearances or shape/pose of the vertebrae. In this paper, we propose a method for multi-modal vertebra recognition using a novel deep learning ...

      Known for Feature Fusion | Learning Network | Image Modalities | Imaging Data | Spinal Clinical Diagnoses
      KOL-Index: 848
      Known for Automated Grading | Lumbar Disc Degeneration
      KOL-Index: 704
      Known for Head Neck | Incidental Findings | Neoplasms Humans
      KOL-Index: 650
      Known for Madelung Disease | Multiple Symmetrical
      KOL-Index: 528

      Mediastinal lymphangiomas are rare benign congenital malformations, but complications can occur, including infection, cystic hemorrhage, superior vena cava syndrome, airway compromise, and chylothorax. Radiologically, lymphangiomas are well-defined masses, with low attenuation ranging from simple to complex fluid and fat. They often encase adjacent mediastinal structures. We present a case of mediastinal lymphangioma in a young female, who presented with recurrent complex pleural ...

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      Department of Medical Imaging, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada; Deceased. | Department of Radiology, Victoria Hospital, London Health Science Centre, Western University, London, ON, Canada N6A 5W9 | Western Univ. (Canada) | Digital Imagin

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