Elisabeth S. Papazoglou

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In this work a new methodology is introduced for the automated reassembling/reconstruction of fragmented objects using their 3D digital representation. The whole process starts by 3D scanning of the available fragments. These are subsequently properly processed and the obtained fragmentspsila 3D images are automatically tested for possible matching, by(More)
Diffuse photon density wave (DPDW) methodology at Near Infrared frequencies has been used to calculate absorption and scattering from wounds of healthy and diabetic rats. The diffusion equation for semi-infinite media is being used for calculating the absorption and scattering coefficients based on measurements of phase and amplitude with a frequency domain(More)
Recent experimental and computational technological advancements allow for detailed temporal and spatial representations of cells. This has made the development of spatio-temporal extensions to traditional systems biology more tractable. We discuss the theoretical biochemical and biophysical fundamentals that lead to computer based spatial and dynamical(More)
BACKGROUND The efficacy of using diffuse near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in predicting wound healing in diabetic foot ulcers was demonstrated by conducting a pilot human study. METHOD Sixteen chronic diabetic wounds were followed and assessed for subsurface oxyhemoglobin concentration using the NIRS device. Weekly measurements were conducted until there(More)
Wound healing is a complex process with many components and interrelated processes on a microscopic level. This paper addresses a macroscopic view on wound healing based on an energy conservation argument coupled with a general scaling of the metabolic rate with body mass M as γ M where 1 0 < < γ. Our three main findings are 1) the wound healing rate peaks(More)
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