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Towards a pre-diagnose of surgical wounds through the analysis of visual 3D reconstructions

Towards a pre-diagnose of surgical wounds through the analysis of visual 3D reconstructions
Towards a pre-diagnose of surgical wounds through the analysis of visual 3D reconstructions
This paper presents a new methodology to pre-diagnose the state of post-surgical abdominal wounds based on visual information. The process consist of four major phases: a) building dense 3D reconstruction of the abdominal area around the wound, b) selecting an area close to the wound to fit a plane, c) calculating the distance from each point of the 3D model to the plane, d) analyzing this map of distances to infer if the wound is inflamed or not. This method needs to be wrapped in an application to be used by patients in order to save unnecessary visits to the medical center.
589-595
Scitepress
Estarellas, Neus Muntaner
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Bonin-Font, Francisco
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Segura-Sampedro, Juan J.
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Ramírez, Andres Jiménez
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Carrasco, Pep L. Negre
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Campos, Miquel Massot
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Gonzalez-Argenté, Francesc X.
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Codina, Gabriel Oliver
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Estarellas, Neus Muntaner
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Bonin-Font, Francisco
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Segura-Sampedro, Juan J.
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Ramírez, Andres Jiménez
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Carrasco, Pep L. Negre
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Campos, Miquel Massot
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Gonzalez-Argenté, Francesc X.
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Codina, Gabriel Oliver
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Estarellas, Neus Muntaner, Bonin-Font, Francisco, Segura-Sampedro, Juan J., Ramírez, Andres Jiménez, Carrasco, Pep L. Negre, Campos, Miquel Massot, Gonzalez-Argenté, Francesc X. and Codina, Gabriel Oliver (2018) Towards a pre-diagnose of surgical wounds through the analysis of visual 3D reconstructions. In Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications. vol. 4, Scitepress. pp. 589-595 . (doi:10.5220/0006628505890595).

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This paper presents a new methodology to pre-diagnose the state of post-surgical abdominal wounds based on visual information. The process consist of four major phases: a) building dense 3D reconstruction of the abdominal area around the wound, b) selecting an area close to the wound to fit a plane, c) calculating the distance from each point of the 3D model to the plane, d) analyzing this map of distances to infer if the wound is inflamed or not. This method needs to be wrapped in an application to be used by patients in order to save unnecessary visits to the medical center.

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Published date: 1 February 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 428776
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/428776
PURE UUID: 6ff462f5-c8f8-4cf6-bcce-ee799d04714d
ORCID for Miquel Massot Campos: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1202-0362

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Date deposited: 08 Mar 2019 17:30
Last modified: 23 Jul 2020 00:46

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Author: Neus Muntaner Estarellas
Author: Francisco Bonin-Font
Author: Juan J. Segura-Sampedro
Author: Andres Jiménez Ramírez
Author: Pep L. Negre Carrasco
Author: Francesc X. Gonzalez-Argenté
Author: Gabriel Oliver Codina

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