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Diagnostic techniques in cardiology require complex image analysis of single images and image sequences obtained by a variety of medical imaging modalities such as ECG gated MR, CT, and ultrasound. In particular, useful information about the cardiac function can be extracted from motion analysis of a beating heart. Accurate quantitative of heart motion and(More)
However the cornea makes the greatest contribution to the overall power of the eye (~60%), there are few knowledge of its role in determining the aberration of the retinal images. Most Corneal Topographers or Keratometers can only measure corneal dioptric power and shape, but cannot estimate the corneal contribution to the quality of the retinal(More)
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a well known technique for creating non-invasive, high resolution images of biological microstructure. OCT has matured into animportant imaging modality since its invention in 1991. The popularity of the method lies in the numerous advantages that it offers high detection sensitivity allowing fast imaging speed, andhigh(More)
Electromyography (EMG) is a valuable clinical test in detection of muscle and nerve pathology and distinguishing between myogenic and neurogenic conditions from normal condition. By using EMG, one assesses the pathophysiology on the basis of the waveform characteristics of the recorded signal. This requires detailed knowledge of the relationship between the(More)
In this paper we have approached to new method for analyzing the merit of LASIK operation using multiscalar analysis of discrete corneal topographic height data and transform it into a space-scale space using wavelet analysis technique, and to demonstrate the clinical applicability of these computations in the post-LASIK cornea. Forty patients who were(More)
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