Philip Mark

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Anomaly detection techniques are widely used in a variety of applications, e.g., computer networks, security systems, etc. This paper describes and analyzes an approach to anomaly detection using proximity graphs and the PageRank algorithm. We run a variant of the PageRank algorithm on top of a proximity graph comprised of data points as vertices, which(More)
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Ventral spondylodesis is said to be a useful method for the treatment of lumbar illness in combination with instability and pain. Between 1969 and 1983 62 patients of the Orthopedic University Hospital Berlin were operated for a ventral fusion of the lumbar column, excluded the Dwyer spondylodesis indicated in lumbar scoliosis. 50 of them could be(More)
In a randomized study, the effects of acute, preoperative hemodilution (HD) (12 mL/kg) on right ventricular function were investigated in coronary artery surgery patients with reduced left ventricular function (ejection fraction < 50%) and significant stenosis of the right coronary artery (RCA). Blood was replaced either by hydroxyethyl starch (HES)(More)
  • Philip Mark
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1942
Intracranial hemorrhage in hemophilia is an unusual manifestation of the disease. The cases hitherto reported have been those of subarachnoid rather than of intracerebral hemorrhage. Indeed, Gunther,2 writing in 1935, stated that no substantiated instance of cerebral hemorrhage in a hemophiliac had been detailed up to that date. Von Limbeck,5 however, is(More)
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