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Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT), Thailand
Thammasat University
Kasetsart University

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Special Session on ICICTES 2014

Special session on Medical Image Processing and Graphics

Join the innovative minds in medical imaging, computer aided diagnostics, visualization and modeling, digital pathology, ultrasonic imaging, imaging for biomedical applications, image recognition or computer graphics for medicine. Whether you are presenting your progress or looking to further your knowledge and enhance the research, we welcome your participation.

Invited Talk

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Utairat Chaumrattanakul

Department of Radiology, Thammasat University Hospital

Ultrasound Imaging for Pediatric Patients

Utairat Chaumrattanakul received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Chiangmai University, Thailand in 1988. She then underwent the training in radiology at Chiangmai University Hospital (Maharaj Nakorn Chiangmai Hospital) during 1988 to 1991.

She began to work as a lecturer and a radiologist at Thammasat University of Thailand in October 1991. She is interested in pediatric radiology and neuroradiology, and started practicing pediatric radiology since 1993.

Currently she is an Associate Professor in radiology and serves as the Head of Department of Radiology, Faculty of Medicine, Thammasat University. She is teaching general diagnostic radiology and pediatric radiology to both undergraduate medical students and postgraduate residents in diagnostic radiology. She is also the only pediatric radiologist at Thammasat University Hospital.


Ultrasound is one of the most widely available technique used in medical imaging due to its low cost and portability. Recent advances in ultrasound technologies have contributed significantly to the improvement of the quality of the resulting images. Moreover, the current ultrasound machines do not require high technical skills of the operator. Finally, as opposed to many other imaging techniques, ultrasound does not expose the patients to radiation. The presentation offers an overview of medical ultrasound imaging applied to diagnose the pediatric patients.

Special support from Biomedical Center of Excellency, Thammasat University: free participation for Thai graduate students.

Deadline for submission December 1, 2013

For financial support contact Dr. Stanislav Makhanov