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Transfusive Weights for Content-Aware Image Manipulation [article]

Kaan Yücer, Alexander Sorkine-Hornung, Olga Sorkine-Hornung
2013 International Symposium on Vision, Modeling, and Visualization  
In this paper, we expand the range of applications for content-aware weights to the multi-image setting and improve the quality of the recently proposed weights and the matching framework.  ...  Image manipulation has been recently extended to simultaneous editing of multiple images of the same subject or scene by precomputing dense correspondences, where the content-aware weights play a core  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Alec Jacobson for insightful discussions and the authors of StereoBrush [WLF * 11] for sharing their input data for comparisons.  ... 
doi:10.2312/pe.vmv.vmv13.057-064 dblp:conf/vmv/YucerSS13 fatcat:eupd5u3hrnbgzlofwytpbb56wi

Transfusive image manipulation

Kaan Yücer, Alec Jacobson, Alexander Hornung, Olga Sorkine
2012 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
Our weight functions are content-aware and possess high-order smoothness, enabling to define high-quality image warping with a low number of parameters using spatially-varying weighted combinations of  ...  Abstract We present a method for consistent automatic transfer of edits applied to one image to many other images of the same object or scene.  ...  for modeling; Mykl Roventine, Jonathunder, ZeroOne, <<<TheOne>>>, Erik Hagreis, roblisameehan, * christopher * , and Jason Jenkins for their Creative Commons images; and Sam Hasinoff, Yoav HaCohen and  ... 
doi:10.1145/2366145.2366195 fatcat:dnitzd4wcbcihkaeyogcuhrusy

Distributive shock, cardiac arrhythmias and multiple organ failure following surgery of a fourth ventricular epidermoid

Sven Bercker, Jürgen Meixensberger, Sven Laudi, Christof Renner
2016 BMJ Case Reports  
Figure 1 ( 1 A) MRI of the tumour prior to surgical intervention showing axial T1-weighted image of a presumed epidermoid.  ...  For permission to reuse any of this content visit http://group.bmj.com/group/rights-licensing/permissions.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bcr-2015-214035 pmid:27033286 pmcid:PMC4840605 fatcat:e7ilols3ircmfjqnxpjgd4pmfy

JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE

Aparna Pande, Kapil Soni
2019 JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE  
(kg) ≥20 2 10-20 1 <10 -1 Airway Normal 2 Maintainable 1 Unmaintainable -1 Table 4 : 4 Recommendations for massive transfusion protocol trigger 44 Age group Weight Volume of PRBC  ...  immediate transfusion of type specifi c or unmatched O negative packed red blood cell of 10-20 ml/kg body weight by a rapid infuser system.  ... 
doi:10.21304/2019.0603.00501 fatcat:e4p6ixblbzbmbc4r7qhemaxdeq

Early cross-sectional imaging following open and laparoscopic cholecystectomy: a primer for radiologists

Massimo Tonolini, Anna Maria Ierardi, Francesca Patella, Gianpaolo Carrafiello
2018 Insights into Imaging  
imaging findings.  ...  Multidetector computed tomography (CT) represents the "workhorse" modality to rapidly investigate the postoperative abdomen in order to provide a reliable basis for an appropriate choice between conservative  ...  Early post-cholecystectomy imaging Indications for cross-sectional imaging Timely postoperative imaging and awareness of expected findings and possible complications should allow the correct detection  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13244-018-0663-9 pmid:30390275 pmcid:PMC6269337 fatcat:zpruavt4xfaobf3dxf5anny5ca

Complete uterine inversion during caesarean section: A case report

Dimitrios Vavilis, Dimitrios Tsolakidis, Dimitrios Athanatos, Antonios Goutzioulis, John N Bontis
2008 Cases Journal  
Consent Written informed consent was obtained from both patients -in their native language -for publication of this case report and accompanying image.  ...  Prompt diagnosis of the complication and rapid manipulation of the uterus facilitated an successful outcome.  ...  DA revised critically the manuscript adding substantial intellectual content. AG participated in patient management, acquisition of data, and drafting of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1757-1626-1-127 pmid:18752657 pmcid:PMC2533299 fatcat:hxesjguyfndafjybxnvzqfrq5y

Effect of Cobb angle and BMI on scoliosis surgery recovery in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis patients

Abdulmonem Alsiddiky, Abdullatef Alrashoudi, Ahmed AL Sayed, Albaraa Aljerian, Abeer Aljomiah
2015 Asian Journal of Medical Sciences  
The patients were divided according into Cobb's angle (mild, moderate and severe) and as per weight (healthy weight and overweight).  ...  Prospective studies are required to assess clinical outcomes of post-operative surgery, satisfaction of patients towards their body image and quality of life.  ...  and number of days taken for daily livingactivities after scoliosis surgery in relation to their body weights Variables Healthy weight Over weight p-value Mean (Sd.,) Surgery time (in hours  ... 
doi:10.3126/ajms.v7i2.12904 fatcat:djzf6ofg2bbbramvmn52etvdxe

A paradigm shift on beta-thalassaemia treatment: How will we manage this old disease with new therapies?

Maria Domenica Cappellini, John B. Porter, Vip Viprakasit, Ali T. Taher
2018 Blood reviews  
Blood transfusion and iron chelation allow long-term disease control, and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation offers a potential cure for some patients.  ...  An increasing understanding of the underlying molecular and cellular disease mechanisms plus an awareness of limitations of current management strategies are driving research into novel therapeutic options  ...  The content of this manuscript and the decision to submit for publication in Blood Reviews was made by the authors independently.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.blre.2018.02.001 pmid:29455932 fatcat:25fyeshqmjeejhtu6shvob44se

Should the Benefit of Transradial Access Still Be Questioned? ∗

Mauricio G. Cohen, E. Magnus Ohman
2016 JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions  
A small randomized study showed a numerically higher incidence of silent cerebral infarcts on diffusion- weighted magnetic resonance imaging with trans- radial compared with transfemoral access (  ...  ) and minimize catheter manipulation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcin.2016.03.020 pmid:27151606 fatcat:vp7cf2he5fchpaxycjnqkrshiy

A Single Center Retrospective Analysis of Kraske's Transsacral Approach: A Review

Cédric Bouts, Kurt Van der Speeten
2014 Surgical Science  
Kraske's approach can be used for presacral lesions below S3, resulting in low morbidity, no recurrence and no mortality.  ...  Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was necessary to assess the tumor's extent, biological behavior and relationship to adjacent structures. MRI predicted malignancy with 100% accuracy.  ...  Johan Van Robays for their expertise concerning the radiological and histological images. Disclosure Statement Theauthors declare that they have no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ss.2014.510070 fatcat:fhqo7sysnfehfer5rjzfi2h2um

Neural Emotion Director: Speech-preserving semantic control of facial expressions in "in-the-wild" videos [article]

Foivos Paraperas Papantoniou, Panagiotis P. Filntisis, Petros Maragos, Anastasios Roussos
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we introduce a novel deep learning method for photo-realistic manipulation of the emotional state of actors in "in-the-wild" videos.  ...  Our method opens a plethora of new possibilities for useful applications of neural rendering technologies, ranging from movie post-production and video games to photo-realistic affective avatars.  ...  Introduction Photo-realistically manipulating faces in images or videos has received substantial attention lately, with impressive results that expand the range of creative video editing, content creation  ... 
arXiv:2112.00585v2 fatcat:nelvzq4uavhk3hkqf6byha57hi

Abstracts from the 1st International Saudi Pediatric Neurology Conference

2015 Journal of Pediatric Neurology online  
Before the age of 6 months, T1-weighted images are more sensitive to the detection of myelination changes than T2-weighted images.  ...  This is due in part to the fact that T2-weighted images of the immature brain (before the age of 6 months) have relatively poor gray/white matter distinction because the higher water content of unmyelinated  ... 
doi:10.3233/jpn-2009-0316 fatcat:2lisutesunf4bkpgco5nglrgm4

SIMTI recommendations on blood components for non-transfusional use

Giuseppe Aprili, Giorgio Gandini, Roberto Guaschino, Laura Mazzucco, Laura Salvaneschi, Stefania Vaglio, SIMTI Working Group
2013 Blood Transfusion  
It has a defined platelet content and variable volume, depending on its intended use.  ...  Single doses of PRP improve function score and pain, avoiding the need for surgery 23 Radice F, Yanez R, Gutiérrez V, et al. 2010 Comparison of magnetic resonance imaging findings in anterior cruciate  ... 
doi:10.2450/2013.0118-13 pmid:24120611 pmcid:PMC3827406 fatcat:dth4bdfu6rbvto74j5nlghbmxq

Beta Thalassemia Major: Overview of Molecular Etiology, Pathophysiology, Current and Novel Therapeutic Approaches

S. El Kababi, B. El Khalfi, K. El Maani, A. Soukri
2020 International Blood Research & Reviews  
Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) has proven to be a definitive treatment for beta thalassemia.  ...  although the thransfusion and chelation assosciated constitute the basis of the traitement curently recommended, they do not allow always to control the iron overload induced by pathology and repeated transfusions  ...  A record of weight, the amount of blood transfused at each visit, and the pretransfusion Hb level is needed to calculate the annual transfusion requirement [5] .  ... 
doi:10.9734/ibrr/2019/v10i230118 fatcat:7o2oqfar4vbatjobofldkqer24

Clinical and MRI Findings in Three Dogs with Polycystic Meningiomas

Fiona M. K. James, Ronaldo C. da Costa, Amy Fauber, Andrew S. Peregrine, Beverly McEwen, Joane M. Parent, Robert Bergman
2012 The Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association  
Tumor types were transitional (cases 1 and 3) and fibrous (case 2), with positive immunohistochemical staining for vimentin. Case 3 was also positive for E-cadherin, s100, and CD34.  ...  Polycystic meningiomas are a rare, but important, addition to the differential diagnoses for intracranial cyst-like lesions, significantly affecting planning for surgical resection and other therapeutic  ...  A: A sagittal T2-weighted image (T2WI) showing a large, multiloculated, hyperintense structure occupying the frontal lobe. B: A dorsal T1-weighted image (T1WI) prior to IV contrast administration.  ... 
doi:10.5326/jaaha-ms-5774 pmid:22843828 fatcat:xcwssm7drncplg5jvkfi5fhky4
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