John Powe

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A 15-month-old female neutered Maltese Terrier was presented with a 12 hour history of low head carriage, reluctance to move and yelping when picked up. Physical examination was unremarkable apart from cervical hyperaesthesia. Twenty four hours after initial assessment there was significant clinical deterioration, with the dog exhibiting lateral cervical(More)
We evaluated six methods for CT­CT registration for SPECT­guided radiotherapy treatment planning: affine registration with manual marking of corresponding control points either on the skin or interior to the lung, automatic rigid registration and three deformable registration methods (B­Spline, Demons and Level set). According to the registration results,(More)
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