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This paper provides an introduction to the field of information visualization (IV) and a discussion of its application to medical systems. More specifically, it aims at: (i) defining what IV is and what are its goals (ii) highlighting the similarities and differences between IV and traditional...
This paper describes the application of the data analysis tool InfoZoom to a database containing the results of blood examinations for about 400 patients with a suspect of thrombosis. The main goal was to find correlations between the measurements and the occurrence of a thrombosis. No automatic...
Therapy planning plays an increasingly important role in the everyday work of physicians. Clinical protocols or guidelines are typically represented using flow-charts, decision tables, or plain text. These representations are badly suited, however, for complex medical procedures. One...
This paper explores the presentation of tomographic medical images on a computer screen. Limitations of the computer screen are apparent, as even a very large computer monitor cannot display an entire study consisting of dozens of images at once. Our objective is to propose filmless computer...
In 1995, the MedView project, based on a co-operation between computing science and clinical medicine was initiated. The overall goal of the project was to develop models, methods and tools to support clinicians in their daily diagnostic work. As part of MedView, two information visualisation...
This contribution examines the graphical presentation of decision support information generated by an intelligent monitor, named S entinel , developed for use during anaesthesia. Clinicians make diagnoses in real-time during operations by examining clinically significant trends in multiple...
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