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May 1976 (vol. 9 no. 5)
pp. 54-68
K. Preston, Carnegie-Mellon University
The 1970's have witnessed two dramatic innovations in the application of computers to image processing in medicine: computerized tomography (CT), a system where data gathered from an x-ray scanner are fed into a computer to produce cross-sectional images of the human body, and white blood cell differentiation (WBCD), a system that uses a television camera and a computer to replace the human eye and brain in the sophisticated task of visually observing and classifying human white blood cells through the microscope.
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K. Preston, "Computer Processing of Biomedical Images," Computer, vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 54-68, May 1976, doi:10.1109/C-M.1976.218587
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