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The domain gap caused mainly by variable medical image quality renders a major obstacle on the path between training a segmentation model in the lab and applying the trained model to unseen clinical data. To address this issue, domain generalization methods have been proposed, which however usually use static convolutions and are less flexible. In this paper, we propose a multi-source domain generalization model, namely domain and content adaptive convolution (DCAC), for medical imagearXiv:2109.05676v1 fatcat:tqufa3orfbdxtjeo7762ij6kyy