Emma Bracey

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We have developed a registration technique for combining magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) images of the skull base for use in surgical planning. The technique is based on user identification of point-like landmarks visible in both modalities. The combination of images involves a small amount of expert interaction, is relatively(More)
INTRODUCTION Colorectal cancer and inguinal hernias are both common surgical pathologies in the elderly but rarely co-exist. Where the conditions overlap, there can be difficulties in both diagnosis and treatment. PRESENTATION OF CASE A 78 year old man with unexplained iron deficiency anaemia was investigated for gastrointestinal cancer. He was found to(More)
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