Integral-geometry characterization of photobiomodulation effects on retinal vessel morphology
The morphological characterization of quasi-planar structures represented by gray-scale images is challenging when object identification is sub-optimal due to registration artifacts. We propose two alternative procedures that enhances object identification in the integral-geometry morphological image analysis (MIA) framework. The first variant streamlines the framework by introducing an active contours segmentation process whose time step is recycled as a multi-scale parameter. In the second...[Show more]
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|Source:||Biomedical Optics Express|
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