Donna M. Wood

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Magnetic resonance scans of 63 TBI patients were analyzed to examine the relationship between injury severity, lesion volume (nonthalamic cortical/subcortical lesions), ventricle-to-brain ratio (VBR), and thalamic volume. For comparison, 33 normal control subjects were used. Patients with visible nonthalamic structural lesions showed significantly smaller(More)
Data quality, defined here as fitness for use, is increasingly seen as a serious problem in government and private sector databases. In this paper, we survey available techniques, and then describe our own work. We are in the process of adapting general data quality techniques suited to large government relational databases, focusing on an aspect rarely(More)
Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging scans of 33 traumatically brain-injured (TBI) patients were compared quantitatively to MR scans of controls matched for age and gender. Quantitative estimates of thalamic, internal capsule, and third ventricle morphology were obtained in each TBI patient. Comparisons were made to normal control subjects and revealed(More)
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