William W. Gross

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Previous computerized methods of hyperintensity identification in brain magnetic resonance images (MRI) either rely heavily on human intervention or on simple thresholding techniques. Such methods can lead to considerable variation in the quantification of brain hyperintensities depending upon image parameters such as contrast. This paper describes an(More)
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