Self-similarity and fractal irregularity in pathologic tissues.

Abstract

The irregularity and self-similarity under scale changes are the main attributes of the morphologic complexity of cells and tissues, either normal or pathologic. In other words, the shape of a self-similar object does not change when scales of measure change because any part of it might be similar to the original object. Size and geometric parameters of an… (More)

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@article{Losa1996SelfsimilarityAF, title={Self-similarity and fractal irregularity in pathologic tissues.}, author={Gabriele Angelo Losa and Theo F. Nonnenmacher}, journal={Modern pathology : an official journal of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, Inc}, year={1996}, volume={9 3}, pages={174-82} }