His primary areas of study are Radiology, Nuclear medicine, Magnetic resonance imaging, Mr imaging and Effective diffusion coefficient. His work carried out in the field of Radiology brings together such families of science as Hepatocellular carcinoma, Carcinoma and Adenocarcinoma. The study incorporates disciplines such as Image quality, Tomography and Contrast in addition to Nuclear medicine.
His Magnetic resonance imaging research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Receiver operating characteristic, Spinal cord, Radiation therapy and Pathology. His Mr imaging study incorporates themes from Hyperintensity, T2 weighted and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Effective diffusion coefficient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Osteosarcoma, Biopsy and Echo planar.
Yasuyuki Yamashita mostly deals with Radiology, Nuclear medicine, Magnetic resonance imaging, Internal medicine and Image quality. As part of his studies on Radiology, Yasuyuki Yamashita often connects relevant areas like Hepatocellular carcinoma. The concepts of his Nuclear medicine study are interwoven with issues in Hounsfield scale, Radiation therapy and Contrast.
Many of his studies on Magnetic resonance imaging involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Pathology. He combines subjects such as Gastroenterology, Surgery, Oncology and Cardiology with his study of Internal medicine. His Image quality research includes elements of Image noise and Iterative reconstruction.
His primary scientific interests are in Nuclear medicine, Radiology, Image quality, Internal medicine and Magnetic resonance imaging. His work in the fields of Nuclear medicine, such as Imaging phantom, intersects with other areas such as In patient. His Radiology research includes themes of Coronary artery disease and Neuroradiology.
His Image quality research incorporates elements of Signal-to-noise ratio, Image noise and Contrast. As part of the same scientific family, Yasuyuki Yamashita usually focuses on Internal medicine, concentrating on Cardiology and intersecting with Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging. He is interested in Effective diffusion coefficient, which is a field of Magnetic resonance imaging.
Yasuyuki Yamashita mostly deals with Radiology, Nuclear medicine, Image quality, Iterative reconstruction and Image noise. His study in Neuroradiology extends to Radiology with its themes. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Nuclear medicine and In patient.
The Image quality study combines topics in areas such as Detector, Fast spin echo, Contrast, Lumbar and Scanner. His Iterative reconstruction research incorporates themes from Radiation dose, Low dose, Radon transform, Brain ct and Tomography. His Image noise research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Imaging phantom, Noise reduction, Effective dose and Hounsfield scale.
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Minimally invasive treatment of malignant hepatic tumors: At the threshold of a major breakthrough
Gerald D. Dodd;Michael C. Soulen;Robert A. Kane;Tito Livraghi.
Treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma: value of percutaneous microwave coagulation.
R Murakami;S Yoshimatsu;Y Yamashita;T Matsukawa.
American Journal of Roentgenology (1995)
Focal liver masses: characterization with diffusion-weighted echo-planar MR imaging.
Tomohiro Namimoto;Yasuyuki Yamashita;Seiya Sumi;Yi Tang.
Abdominal CT with low tube voltage: preliminary observations about radiation dose, contrast enhancement, image quality, and noise.
Yoshiharu Nakayama;Kazuo Awai;Yoshinori Funama;Masahiro Hatemura.
Percutaneous microwave coagulation therapy in liver tumors
T. Matsukawa;Y. Yamashita;A. Arakawa;T. Nishiharu.
Acta Radiologica (1997)
Added Value of SPECT/CT Fusion in Assessing Suspected Bone Metastasis: Comparison with Scintigraphy Alone and Nonfused Scintigraphy and CT
Daisuke Utsunomiya;Shinya Shiraishi;Masanori Imuta;Seiji Tomiguchi.
Chronic cervical cord compression: clinical significance of increased signal intensity on MR images.
M Takahashi;Y Yamashita;Y Sakamoto;R Kojima.
Radiation Dose Reduction without Degradation of Low-Contrast Detectability at Abdominal Multisection CT with a Low–Tube Voltage Technique: Phantom Study
Yoshinori Funama;Kazuo Awai;Yoshiharu Nakayama;Kiyotaka Kakei.
Measurement of the apparent diffusion coefficient in diffuse renal disease by diffusion-weighted echo-planar MR imaging.
Tomohiro Namimoto;Yasuyuki Yamashita;Katsuhiko Mitsuzaki;Yoshiharu Nakayama.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (1999)
MR imaging of the fetus by a HASTE sequence.
Yasuyuki Yamashita;Tomohiro Namimoto;Yasuko Abe;Mutsumasa Takahashi.
American Journal of Roentgenology (1997)
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