T. Hoogenboom

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The evolution of asymmetry in male genitalia is a pervasive and recurrent phenomenon across almost the entire animal kingdom. Although in some taxa the asymmetry may be a response to the evolution of one-sided, male-above copulation from a more ancestral female-above condition, in other taxa, such as Mammalia and Coleoptera, this explanation appears(More)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) offers potential advantages over conventional X-ray techniques for guiding and evaluating vascular interventions. Image guidance of such interventions via passive catheter tracking requires real-time image processing. Commercially available MR scanners currently do not provide this functionality. This paper describes an(More)
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