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The poor detectability of diagnostic mammographic features, due to their low contrast, is dealt with by a software visualization tool.The toolis domain specific to medical imaging and consequently mammographic imaging, and it is envisaged as part of medical image visualization and manipulation...
In the evaluation of regional left ventricular function, relevant cardiac disorders manifest themselves not only in static features, such as shape descriptors and motion excursion in end-diastolic and end-systolic frames, but also in their temporal evolution. In common diagnostic practice, such...
The EUROMED-ETS pilot system offers a number of security functionalities using off-the-shelf available products, in order to protect Web-based medical applications. The basic concept used by the proposed security architecture is the Trusted Third Party (TTP). A TTP is used in order to generate,...
Remote telemonitoring of physiological parameters is being used increasingly both for medical research and for clinical management. However, the technique entails the collection of large volumes of information for transmission and storage which necessitates efficient means of data compression....
Considering the fundamental difficulties to define the term 'depth of anaesthesia', a more feasible concept for assessment of 'adequacy of anaesthesia' will be explained. The basic requirements for a monitoring index are definite response, gradual scaling and independence from the anaesthetic...
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