Dietrich Meyer-Ebrecht

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The paper describes the key component of the Multimodal Cell Analysis approach, a novel cytologic evaluation method for early cancer detection. The approach is based on repeated staining of a cell smear. The correlation of features and data extracted from the different stains, and related to relocated individual cells, may yield a dramatic increase of(More)
The term "computer-assisted surgery" (CAS) contains a variety of different applications. Priorities in trauma surgery have navigation systems. In fact, two basically different developments can be distinguished: on one hand, the possibility of navigation, based on preoperative CT data sets; and on the other hand navigation in intraoperative C-arm images.(More)
We would like to draw the attention of the readers towards recent developments in diagnostic cytopathol-ogy, which deserve interest by pathologists, cytolo-gists, biologists, clinicians, engineers and public health economists: The increasing possibilities to diagnose different malignant tumors in early stages painlessly and without bloody biopsies or(More)
The paper describes the key component of the Multimodal Cell Analysis approach, a novel cytologic evaluation method for early cancer detection. The approach is based on a repeated staining of a cell smear. The correlation of features and data extracted from different stainings, and related to relocated individual cells, will yield a dramatic increase of(More)
For successful cure, cancer has to be detected as early as possible. Since cancer starts from a single cell, this can best be done using cytopathological methods. One important diagnostically relevant measure is the proliferation rate of the cells, which can be estimated from segmented silver stained nuclei. However, the microscopy images of silver stained(More)
@article{Bell2009a, author = {Andr\'{e}˜A.˜Bell and Johannes˜Brauers and Jens˜N.˜Kaftan and Dietrich˜Meyer-Ebrecht and Alfred˜B\"{o}cking and Til˜Aach}, title = {{H}igh {D}ynamic {R}ange {M}icroscopy for {C}ytopathological {C}ancer {D}iagnosis}, created from file: hdrmicroscopy.tex cover page automatically created with CoverPage.sty Abstract—Cancer is one(More)