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Memory Effects in Subjective Quality Assessment of X-Ray Images
(Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2017)
Experiments with human observers is considered as the most precise way for the assessment of image quality. Although widely used, such experiments have its pitfalls and hazards. In this work we investigate if the quality ...
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Visual Exploration and Cohort Identification of Acute Patient Histories Aggregated from Heterogeneous Sources
(Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2016)
How can we use information visualization to support retrospective, exploratory analysis of collections of histories for patients admitted to acute care? This paper describes a novel design for visual cohort identification ...
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Prediction of Clinical Endpoints in Breast Cancer Using NMR Metabolic Profiles
Metabolic profiles reflect biological conditions as a result of biochemical changes within a living system. It is therefore possible to associate metabolic signatures with clinical endpoints of diseases, such as breast ...
Towards Making a Cyborg: A Closed-Loop Reservoir-Neuro System
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
The human brain is a remarkable computing machine, i.e. vastly parallel, self-organizing, robust, and energy efficient. To gain a better understanding into how the brain works, a cyborg (cybernetic organism, a combination ...
Ultrasound assessment of muscle thickness and muscle crosssectional area: a reliability study
Purpose: Previous studies showed that ultrasound imaging is reliable when measuring the cross-sectional area (CSA) of a muscle. However, measurements of muscles could be affected by the level of experience of the observer. ...
Hospital Nurses' and Physicians' Use of Information Sources during their Production of Discharge Summaries: A Cross-Sectional Study
Hospital nurses' and physicians' production and exchange of accurate information between levels of care are crucial for ensuring safe and seamless care for patients in transition. We report on a study in which we explored ...
Registration of MR to Percutaneous Ultrasound of the Spine for Image-Guided Surgery
One of the main limitations of today’s navigation systems for spine surgery is that they often are not available until after the bone surface has been exposed. Also, they lack the capability of soft tissue imaging, both ...