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Microcirculation and hemorheology in critical illness - Summary

All categories :: bioinformatics software development :: Microcirculation and hemorheology in critical illness

Human microcirculation is critically affected by many disease states. Some of the changes can be visualized by side-stream dark field (SDF) imaging technology. Few reliable tools exists to analyze image data created by SDF imaging. Purpose of the gr

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