1. Thomas P. Weldon

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    2. Feature Of The Week 10/3/10: Combined Image-Processing Algorithms for Improved OCT Imaging of Prostate Nerves

      Feature Of The Week 10/3/10: Combined Image-Processing Algorithms for Improved OCT Imaging of Prostate Nerves
      Feature Of The Week 10/3/10: The cavernous nerves are responsible for sexual function. These nerves are at risk of injury during surgical dissection and removal of a cancerous prostate gland because of the close proximity of the nerves to the prostate surface. Their microscopic nature also makes it difficult to predict the true course and location of these nerves from one patient to another. These observations may explain ...
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    3. Segmentation of optical coherence tomography images for differentiation of the cavernous nerves from the prostate gland

      Segmentation of optical coherence tomography images for differentiation of the cavernous nerves from the prostate gland
      ...e, Department of Physics and Optical Science, 9201 University City Boulevard, Charlotte, North Carolina 28223 Thomas P. Weldon University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,...
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  2. About Thomas P. Weldon

    Thomas P. Weldon

    Thomas P. Weldon is an Associate Professor from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.