Samuel Habbo-Gavin

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Traumas and illnesses can cause injury in internal organs. The liver, being the largest abdominal organ, is most likely to be injured by trauma. Currently CT scans are analyzed by radiologists to see if there is any injuries in organs; however, due to the large amounts of data and its complexity in terms of noise, intensity variations in different images(More)
In a variety of injuries and illnesses, internal organs in the abdominal and pelvic regions, in particular liver, may be compromised. In the current practice, CT scans of liver are visually inspected to investigate the integrity of the organ. However, the size and complexity of the CT images limits the reliability of visual inspection to accurately assess(More)
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