Albert Chunga

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  • Robert A. McLaughlina, John Hipwellby, +4 authors David J. Hawkesb
  • 2001
Registration of 2D-3D data sets can provide an important tool to help visualisation during minimal invasive neurointerventions. We have quantitatively compared two approaches to this registration problem: an intensity-based algorithm and a feature-based algorithm. The intensity-based algorithm was found to be more accurate, having an average RMS error of(More)
BACKGROUND Transfusion-transmitted infections (TTIs) constitute a major health problem worldwide where routine screening of blood or blood products is improperly done, and where non-medical injecting medications and/or drug use are prevalent. Prevalence and risk factors vary by geographic location and by the specific TTI (including HIV-1, HBV, HCV and(More)
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