Volume 5 (2005) - October 2005
Arno Klein, Brett Mensh, Satrajit Ghosh, Jason Tourville, Joy Hirsch BMC Medical Imaging 2005, 5:7 (5 October 2005)
Using a higher number of reference brains to automatically label a human subject brain improves labeling accuracy with respect to manually assigned labels, when applying the non-linear Mindboggle labeling algorithm
Steve Goodacre, Fiona Sampson, Steve Thomas, Edwin van Beek, Alex Sutton BMC Medical Imaging 2005, 5:6 (3 October 2005)
According to a systematic review of diagnostic accuracy, compression ultrasonography is probably the appropriate technique for most patients when looking for proximal deep vein thrombosis, but duplex or triplex ultrasonography may be better for high-risk patients or to detect distal thrombosis.