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PURPOSE To develop a novel automated method for segmentation of the injured spleen using morphological properties following abdominal trauma. Average attenuation of a normal spleen in computed tomography (CT) does not vary significantly between subjects. However, in the case of solid organ injury, the shape and attenuation of the spleen on CT may vary(More)
Bowing fractures are incomplete fractures of tubular long bones, often observed in pediatric patients, where plain radiographic film is the non-invasive imaging modality of choice in routine radiological workflow. Due to weak association between bent bone and distinct cortex disruption, bowing fractures may not be diagnosed properly while reading plain(More)
The automatic determination of urgent operational needs to accelerate the patient management for trauma patients brought to emergency services is important. In this study, a method to help the segmentation of liver, which is the most damaged organ due to its volume and location as a result of the abdominal trauma, is proposed. An abdominal trauma usually(More)
Background. Acquired AVF in pediatrics are commonly caused by iatrogenic means, including arterial or venous punctures. These fistulae can cause great hemodynamic stress on the heart as soon as they are created. Case. A six-month-old 25-week gestation infant was referred for respiratory distress. Initial exam revealed tachypnea, tachycardia, and(More)
INTRODUCTION Oesophagus perforations, which are generally caused by iatrogenic injuries, are a serious clinical event. There are still high rates of mortality and morbidity and there is no gold standard of surgical treatment. PRESENTATION OF CASE The case is here presented of a 54-year old female with complaints of dysphagia after having swallowed a bone(More)
INTRODUCTION Multiple sclerosis is a chronic demyelinating neurological disease and causing a variety of neurological symptoms, including discomfort of anorectal function. Constipation and faecal incontinence present as anorectal dysfunction in MS and anal manometry, colonic transit time, electromyography, and defecography can be used for assessment. (More)
In recent years, computer aided diagnosis (CAD) systems are intelligent systems that use digital image processing methods to process radiological images and aim to shorten the diagnosis time. The first essential step of CAD systems is segmentation of specific areas in radiological images. In this study an adaptive segmentation system was developed to reveal(More)
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