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Parsing the torrent of data produced by medical imaging

The developments in imaging technologies over the past four decades have resulted in sophisticated machines that can capture tens of thousands of images of a patient in less than a minute and, in turn, an explosion of medical data that physicians must parse. In this TEDxGoteborg video, scientific visualization expert Anders Ynnerman, PhD, gives an overview new methods and applications for parsing imaging data and he offers a glimpse at experimental technologies.

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