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Vascular disease is characterized by any condition that affects the circulatory system. Recently, a demand for sophisticated software tools that can characterize the integrity and functional state of vascular networks from different vascular imaging modalities has appeared. Such tools face significant challenges such as: large datasets, similarity in(More)
Intravascular optical coherence tomography (IV-OCT) is an in-vivo imaging modality based on the intravascular introduction of a catheter which provides a view of the inner wall of blood vessels with a spatial resolution of 10-20 μm. Recent studies in IV-OCT have demonstrated the importance of the bifurcation regions. Therefore, the development of an(More)
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