Maja-Lisa Clausen

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Image quality in single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) using a rotating gamma camera is dependent on the time course of the tracer in the field of view. If acquisition times are slow compared to the tracer turnover, artifacts may occur in the reconstructed images. The properties of such artifacts were studied by computer simulation.(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the amount of protein in stratum corneum in atopic dermatitis (AD) patients and healthy controls, using tape stripping technique. Furthermore, to compare two different methods for protein assessment. Tape stripping was performed in AD patients and healthy controls to collect stratum corneum samples and subsequently(More)
Atopic dermatitis is a multifactorial chronic disease that poses a great burden for patients and society. In recent decades the prevalence has increased substantially in many countries, notably in Western societies, and the causes for this increase are not completely understood. There are still many unanswered questions regarding atopic dermatitis with(More)
Surface scanning of the face of a suspect is presented as a way to better match the facial features with those of a perpetrator from CCTV footage. We performed a simple pilot study where we obtained facial surface scans of volunteers and then in blind trials tried to match these scans with 2D photographs of the faces of the volunteers. Fifteen male(More)
The exact regional correlation of findings of facial bone scans, planar or SPECT, to dental orthopan X-ray films (OPT) is difficult because of the very different projection techniques. To improve correlative imaging in this regard a projection algorithm was developed that uses SPECT data of the skull for reconstructing an orthopan tomoscintigraphic(More)
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