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Conference Paper: Processing of laryngoscopic images as a diagnostic aid
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TitleProcessing of laryngoscopic images as a diagnostic aid
 
AuthorsAdams, AE1
Yung, HC1
Allen, CR1
Ng, ML1
 
Issue Date1989
 
CitationIee Conference Publication, 1989 n. 307, p. 314-318 [How to Cite?]
 
AbstractThere have been links between the ENT department of the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne and the Department of Speech of that same city's university for the support of patients whose vocal communication facility has been affected by disease in, or damage to, the larynx. Via this link the University became involved with this work with a view to applying skills in image processing (developed in other fields) to the analysis and enhancement of the images presented via an endoscope. This paper describes the system under development and discusses some of the techniques employed.
 
ISSN0537-9989
 
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dc.description.abstractThere have been links between the ENT department of the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne and the Department of Speech of that same city's university for the support of patients whose vocal communication facility has been affected by disease in, or damage to, the larynx. Via this link the University became involved with this work with a view to applying skills in image processing (developed in other fields) to the analysis and enhancement of the images presented via an endoscope. This paper describes the system under development and discusses some of the techniques employed.
 
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Author Affiliations
  1. Newcastle University, United Kingdom