Sri Phani Krishna Karri

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Loss of visual acuity on account of retina-related vision impairment can be partly prevented through periodic screening with fundus color imaging. Largescale screening is currently challenged by(More)
Histopathology forms the gold standard for confirmed diagnosis of a suspicious hyperplasia being benign or malignant and for its sub-typing. While techniques like whole-slide imaging have enabled(More)
Computer vision systems are being introduced in pre-screening of cervical cytopathology slides to identify samples that require study by cytopathologists. These systems work on the principle of(More)
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