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      Computer-aided diagnosis in hysteroscopic imaging 

      Neofytou, Marios S.; Tanos, Vasilios; Constantinou, Ioannis P.; Kyriacou, Efthyvoulos C.; Pattichis, Marios S.; Pattichis, Constantinos S. (2015)
      The paper presents the development of a computeraided diagnostic (CAD) system for the early detection of endometrial cancer. The proposed CAD system supports reproducibility through texture feature standardization, ...
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      Content-based retrieval of breast cancer biopsy slides 

      Schnorrenberg, F.; Pattichis, Constantinos S.; Schizas, Christos N.; Kyriacou, Kyriacos C. (2000)
      The Biopsy Analysis Support System (BASS), previously used for image analysis of immunohistochemically stained sections of breast carcinoma, has been extended to include indexing and content-based retrieval of biopsy slide ...
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      Healthcare telematic applications in Cyprus 

      Pattichis, Constantinos S.; Schizas, Christos N.; Andreou, Andreas S. (2002)
      Objectives: a) To present a review of ongoing health telematic applications in Cyprus. b) To promote the use of these health telematic applications in the Cyprus region. c) To help in the spin off of other health telematic ...
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      Intensive care window: Real-time monitoring and analysis in the intensive care environment 

      Stylianides, N.; Dikaiakos, Marios D.; Gjermundrød, H.; Panayi, G.; Kyprianou, T. (2011)
      This paper introduces a novel, open-source middleware framework for communication with medical devices and an application using the middleware named intensive care window (ICW). The middleware enables communication with ...
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      A virtual emergency telemedicine serious game in medical training: A quantitative, professional feedback-informed evaluation study 

      Nicolaidou, I.; Antoniades, Athos; Constantinou, Renos; Marangos, C.; Kyriacou, Efthyvoulos C.; Bamidis, Panagiotis D.; Dafli, E.; Pattichis, Constantinos S. (2015)
      Background: Serious games involving virtual patients in medical education can provide a controlled setting within which players can learn in an engaging way, while avoiding the risks associated with real patients. Moreover, ...