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Spontaneous cerebral spinal fluid leakage is increasingly recognized as a cause of headache due to low intracranial pressure. The site of leakage can be identified with radionuclide cisternography, and anesthesiologists are increasingly requested to provide epidural blood patch for their management. This series of case reports demonstrates some of the(More)
A 1 year prospective study on routine gowning before entering a neonatal unit was conducted in a maternity hospital in Singapore. This study was done based on previous work by Donowitz, Haque and Chagla and Agbayani et al., as there have been no known studies done in Singapore. The aim of the study was to test the hypothesis that routine gowning before(More)
Video surveillance over a long span of time is no longer a luxury in this day and age. The abundance of video data captured over time presents a slew of new problems in computer vision. One potential challenge involves the task of finding anomalous tracks over a long period of time. In this work, we propose a new time-scale framework for mining anomalous(More)
The nitroblue tetrazolium (N.B.T.) test has been studied in 19 patients with moderate or severe acne vulgaris and 18 patients with subclinical or no acne. There was a significant elevation of the N.B.T. score in those patients with moderate or severe acne as compared with the control group. This is probably a result of the inflammatory reaction in and(More)
What good are surveillance videos without knowing what objects are there? Object classification has been actively researched for images and more recently, for videos, but not in the long-term sense. Videos that span a long period of time has its arduous challenges in such a task. This paper intends to bridge that gap by exploring object classification in(More)