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In this paper we present an invariant statistical approach to classifying red blood cells (RBC). Given a database of 5062 grayscale images, we model the distribution of the observations by using Gaus-sian mixture densities within a Bayesian framework. As invariance is of great importance when classifying RBC, we use a Fourier-Mellin based approach to(More)
In this paper we present an invariant statistical approach to classifying red blood cells (RBC). Given a database of 5062 grayscale images, we model the distribution of the observations by using Gaus-sian mixture densities within a Bayesian framework. As invariance is of great importance when classifying RBC, we use a Fourier-Mellin based approach to(More)
The clearance of indocyanine green (ICG) from the peripheral blood has been used for the study of hepatic function in clinical and experimental investigations. We describe a method of simultaneous, semiquantitative measurement of the kinetics of ICG in the peripheral blood, liver, kidney and bile system following intraoperative bolus injection. The method(More)
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