Jennifer Holter Chakrabarty

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Intravascular lymphoma is an aggressive and extremely rare extranodal lymphoma with neoplastic lymphoid cells confined exclusively within intravascular spaces. The histopathologic findings are subtle due to the rarity of the neoplastic cells in blood vessels. Clinical presentations are non-specific and focal space-occupying lesions or lymphoadenopathy are(More)
Clinical assessment of bone marrow is limited by an inability to evaluate the marrow space comprehensively and dynamically and there is no current method for automatically assessing hematopoietic activity within the medullary space. Evaluating the hematopoietic space in its entirety could be applicable in blood disorders, malignancies, infections, and(More)
Current noninvasive evaluation of bone marrow proliferation in leukemia treatment is limited to manually examining marrow tissue in multiple regions of interest (ROIs). The statistics extracted from these ROIs often fail to provide an accurate global characterization of the patient's marrow. We propose an automatic framework for segmenting spinal marrow(More)
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