Thomas E. Price

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A study of the volumes of the right and left breasts of 598 subjects was undertaken using biostereometric analysis. This measurement uses close-range stereophotogrammetry to characterize the shape of the breast, and is noncontact, noninvasive, accurate, and rapid with respect to the subject involvement time. Using chi-square tests, volumes and volumetric(More)
A study of volumes of the right and left breasts of 248 subjects was undertaken using biostereometric analysis. This measurement technique uses close-range stereophotogrammetry to characterize the shape of the breast and is noncontact, noninvasive, accurate, and rapid with respect to the subject involvement time. Volumes and volumetric differences between(More)
A measurement technique has been developed for application in the area of noninvasive breast cancer detection. The measurement process involves the use of close-range stereophotogrammetry as a data acquisition device necessary for determination of breast volume and volume distribution. This report details the methodology used to acquire and analyze(More)
A measurement technique has been developed for noninvasive breast cancer detection. The process involves the use of close-range stereophotogrammetry as a data acquisition device for the determination of breast surface concavities. We report the methodology used to detect these surface depressions, the rationale for the study, and our preliminary findings.
A measurement technique involving the use of close-range stereophotogrammetry has been developed for the study of breast volume and volume distribution (shape) comparison. This biostereometric method has been shown to be able to measure volume to within 0.63% of that determined by water displacement. This study describes the rapid and non-invasive data(More)