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This paper evaluates the performance of an automatic method for structural decomposition, noise removal and enhancement of bowel sounds (BS), based on the wavelet transform. The proposed method combines multiresolution analysis with hard thresholding to compose a wavelet transform-based stationary-nonstationary (WTST-NST) filter, for enhanced separation of(More)
Wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) is a novel imaging technique that is gradually gaining ground as it enables the non-invasive and efficacious visualization of the digestive track, and especially the entire small bowel including its middle part. However, the task of reviewing the vast amount of images produced by a WCE examination is a burden for the(More)
Wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) is a revolutionary, patient-friendly imaging technique that enables non-invasive visual inspection of the patient's digestive tract and, especially, small intestine. However, reviewing the endoscopic data is time consuming and requires intense labor of highly experienced physicians. These limitations were the motive to(More)
A 23-year-old man presented to the Surgery Department with acute right iliac fossa pain. Computed tomography revealed thickening of the terminal ileum. He was treated with ciprofloxacin and metronidazole with clinical improvement. One month later, he was referred to the Gastrointestinal Department for further evaluation. A slight elevation of CRP (10mg/L)(More)
Despite its effectiveness in the treatment of malignant tumors, bevacizumab is associated with a variety of side effects such as the formation of fistulas (i.e., tracheoesophageal, colovaginal, or rectovaginal). It is important to recognize immediately the emergence of this entity in order to discontinue bevacizumab permanently and treat the fistula.
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