Maxwell Brown

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This otherwise healthy 81-year-old woman was noted at a routine ophthalmology appointment to have small crystalline deposits evenly distributed throughout the anterior corneal stroma of both eyes (image). She did not report any visual symptoms and her visual acuity remained unchanged at 6/9 in both eyes. The ocular examination was otherwise normal. She(More)
Prior studies have shown not only a trainee and trainee preference for learning on dual over single consoles, but additionally, a perception of increased patient safety [3]. Both trainer and trainee can clearly see what is being dissected, as opposed to only one having a 3-D view. This significantly contributes toward the trainee having a better(More)
Image segmentation of retinal vessels is an important and very challenging task in any automated system for the diagnosis of vascular conditions associated with diabetic retinopathy, which are the most common complications of diabetes. In this paper we propose several fuzzy computational models for detecting retinal vessels in images, which are subjected to(More)
The evolution of robotic platforms has continued to advance the field and improve outcomes. We review the literature regarding the use of the Da Vinci Xi for simultaneous upper and lower tract surgery, examining outcomes. In colusion, the Xi has allowed evolution of technique and surgical outcomes.
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