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The ACTA-scanner: the whole body computerized transaxial tomograph.
- R. Ledley, J. B. Wilson, T. Golab, L. Rotolo
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Computers in biology and medicine
- 1 December 1974
The ACTA-Scanner enables for the first time the delineation of tissue abnormalities through the whole body, accurately portraying in pictorial and quantitative form both the nature of the lesion and its precise three-dimensional location in the body. Expand
FIDAC - Film input to digital automatic computer
The FIDAC is a high-speed flying-spot scanner for on-line input of pictorial data into a computer's core memory. Expand
A texture analysis method in classification of coal workers' pneumoconiosis.
A texture analysis method is used to classify a chest X-ray film according to the UICC/Cincinnati standard into one of the four categories automatically. Expand
Pattern recognition studies in the biomedical sciences
- R. Ledley, L. Rotolo, M. Belson, J. Jacobsen, J. B. Wilson, T. Golab
- Materials Science, Computer Science
- AFIPS '66 (Spring)
- 26 April 1966
The biomedical sciences characteristically deal with huge masses of data, which must be organized, reduced, analyzed, and generally processed in many different ways. Expand
SPIDAC: specimen input to digital automatic computer
- R. Ledley, H. Huang, T. Golab, Y. G. Kulkarni, G. Pence, L. Rotolo
- Computer Science
- AFIPS National Computer Conference
- 4 June 1973
SPIDAC is an automatic optical-microscope scanner for on-line input of pictorial data from a glass slide directly into the core memory of a digital computer. Expand
TEXAC/PICTOL: A Texture Analysis Computer and its special purpose language
We have designed and developed an auxiliary computer called TEXAC (TEXture Analysis Computer) that can perform whole picture operations at a rapid television rate of 1/30th of a second, and display the results continuously on color and black and white video monitors. Expand
[Acute propafenone poisoning. Description of a case].
- G. Picciotto, V. Siragusa, M. Cellura, C. Ventimiglia, L. Rotolo
- Minerva cardioangiologica
- 1 December 1990
The paper reports a case of a 16-year-old girl who was admitted to hospital in a state of shock having attempted to commit suicide by taking ten 300 mg pills of propafenone (Rytmonorm). The patient… Expand
[Cephalometric postural parameters and dental malocclusion].
The role of the cephalometric analysis in the diagnosis of the posture in the orthodontic patient results from the analysis on 204 cases with different types of malocclusion. Four parameters… Expand