Anatomical sketch understanding: Recognizing explicit and implicit structure

@article{Haddawy2007AnatomicalSU,
  title={Anatomical sketch understanding: Recognizing explicit and implicit structure},
  author={Peter Haddawy and Matthew N. Dailey and Ploen Kaewruen and Natapope Sarakhette and Le Hong Hai},
  journal={Artificial intelligence in medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={165-77}
}
OBJECTIVE Sketching is ubiquitous in medicine. Physicians commonly use sketches as part of their note taking in patient records and to help convey diagnoses and treatments to patients. Medical students frequently use sketches to help them think through clinical problems in individual and group problem solving. Applications ranging from automated patient records to medical education software could benefit greatly from the richer and more natural interfaces that would be enabled by the ability to… CONTINUE READING