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Gray matter brain structures, including deep nuclei and the cerebral cortex, are affected significantly and early in the course of multiple sclerosis and these changes may not be directly related to demyelinating white matter lesions. The hippocampus is an archicortical structure that is critical for memory functions and is especially sensitive to multiple(More)
For the management of severe haemoptysis we have developed a double-lumen, bronchus-blocking catheter that can be introduced through the working channel of a standard fibrebronchoscope. We wondered whether this catheter would be suitable to control pulmonary haemorrhage in clinical practice. Over a period of 36 months, 30 of these catheters were used in 27(More)
In hyperspectral images, once the pure spectra of the materials are known, hyperspectral unmixing seeks to find their relative abundances throughout the scene. We present a novel variational model for hyperspectral unmixing from incomplete noisy data, which combines a spatial regularity prior with the knowledge of the pure spectra. The material abundances(More)
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