Gabriel Gruionu

Adrian Săftoiu4
Lucian Gheorghe Gruionu4
Tatiana Cârţână2
Adriana Ciocâlteu2
Dan Ionuţ Gheonea2
4Adrian Săftoiu
4Lucian Gheorghe Gruionu
2Tatiana Cârţână
2Adriana Ciocâlteu
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  • Tatiana Cârţână, Adrian Săftoiu, Lucian Gheorghe Gruionu, Dan Ionuţ Gheonea, Daniel Pirici, Claudia Valentina Georgescu +2 others
  • 2012
INTRODUCTION Numerous anti-angiogenic agents are currently developed to limit tumor growth and metastasis. While these drugs offer hope for cancer patients, their transient effect on tumor vasculature is difficult to assess in clinical settings. Confocal laser endomicroscopy (CLE) is a novel endoscopic imaging technology that enables histological(More)
  • Adriana Ciocâlteu, Adrian Săftoiu, Tatiana Cârţână, Lucian Gheorghe Gruionu, Daniel Pirici, Corneliu Cristian Georgescu +3 others
  • 2014
The tumor microcirculation is characterized by an abnormal vascular network with dilated, tortuous and saccular vessels. Therefore, imaging the tumor vasculature and determining its morphometric characteristics represent a critical goal for optimizing the cancer treatment that targets the blood vessels (i.e. antiangiogenesis therapy). The aim of this study(More)
  • Daniela Ştefănescu, Costin Streba, Elena Tatiana Cârţână, Adrian Săftoiu, Gabriel Gruionu, Lucian Gheorghe Gruionu
  • 2016
INTRODUCTION Confocal laser endomicroscopy (CLE) is becoming a popular method for optical biopsy of digestive mucosa for both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Computer aided diagnosis of CLE images, using image processing and fractal analysis can be used to quantify the histological structures in the CLE generated images. The aim of this study is to(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Navigation of a flexible endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) probe inside the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is problematic due to the small window size and complex anatomy. The goal of the present study was to test the feasibility of a novel fusion imaging (FI) system which uses electromagnetic (EM) sensors to co-register the live EUS images(More)
A pneumatic simulator of the knee joint with five DOF was developed to determine the correlation between the kinematics of the knee joint, and the wear of the polyethylene componenent of a TKR prosthesis. A physical model of the knee joint with total knee replacement (TKR) was built by rapid-prototyping based on CT images from a patient. A(More)
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