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Johan Jendeberg

Title: Doctoral Student School/office: School of Medical Sciences

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Articles in journals

Längkvist, M. , Jendeberg, J. , Thunberg, P. , Loutfi, A. & Lidén, M. (2018). Computer aided detection of ureteral stones in thin slice computed tomography volumes using Convolutional Neural Networks. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 97, 153-160.
Alshamari, M. , Geijer, M. , Norrman, E. , Lidén, M. , Krauss, W. , Jendeberg, J. , Magnuson, A. & Geijer, H. (2017). Impact of iterative reconstruction on image quality of low-dose CT of the lumbar spine. Acta Radiologica, 58 (6), 702-709.
Jendeberg, J. , Geijer, H. , Alshamari, M. , Cierzniak, B. & Lidén, M. (2017). Size matters: The width and location of a ureteral stone accurately predict the chance of spontaneous passage. European Radiology, 27 (11), 4775-4785.
Andersson, K. M. , Norrman, E. , Geijer, H. , Krauss, W. , Cao, Y. , Jendeberg, J. , Geijer, M. , Lidén, M. & et al. (2016). Visual grading evaluation of commercially available metal artefact reduction techniques in hip prosthesis computed tomography. British Journal of Radiology, 89 (1063).

Conference papers

Lidén, M. , Jendeberg, J. , Längkvist, M. , Loutfi, A. & Thunberg, P. (2018). Discrimination between distal ureteral stones and pelvic phleboliths in CT using a deep neural network: more than local features needed. Paper presented at European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2018, Vienna, Austria, 28 Feb.-4 Mar., 2018.
Jendeberg, J. , Cierzniak, B. , Alshamari, M. , Geijer, H. & Lidén, M. (2016). Prognosis of spontaneous ureteral stone passage: as revealed by CT. Paper presented at European Congress of Radiology 2016, Vienna, Austria, 2-6 Mars, 2016.

Manuscripts

Alshamari, M. , Geijer, M. , Norrman, E. , Lidén, M. , Krauss, W. , Jendeberg, J. , Magnuson, A. & Geijer, H. Impact of iterative reconstruction on image quality of low-dose CT of the lumbar spine.