Andrea Mathis

Andrea Mathis
Inselspital, Universitätsspital Bern · Department of Neurosurgery

Master of Science

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BACKGROUND With the current exponential increase in technical innovations worldwide, potential solutions for any new problem might already exist, despite having been developed to solve a different problem. We reached out to the crowd to raise awareness of our challenge of developing intraoperative, real-time identification of fiber tracts and tumor...
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Machine learning-based solutions rely heavily on the quality and quantity of the training data. In the medical domain, the main challenge is to acquire rich and diverse annotated datasets for training. We propose to decrease the annotation efforts and further diversify the dataset by introducing an annotation-efficient learning workflow. Instead of...
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Towards computer-assisted neurosurgery, scene understanding algorithms for microscope video data are required. Previous work utilizes optical flow to extract spatiotemporal context from neurosurgical video sequences. However, to select an appropriate optical flow method, we need to analyze which algorithm yields the highest accuracy for the neurosu...
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The world currently faces the novel severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 pandemic. Little is known about the effects of a pandemic on non-elective neurosurgical practices, which have continued under modified conditions to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This knowledge might be critical for the ongoing second coronavirus wave and potential...
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Introduction Micro finite element analysis (μFE) is a widely applied tool in biomedical research for assessing in vivo mechanical properties of bone at measurement sites, including the ultra-distal radius and tibia. A finite element approach (hFE) based on homogenized constitutive models for trabecular bone offers an attractive alternative for clin...
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Reference values for radius and tibia strength using multiple-stack high-resolution peripheral quantitative computed tomography (HR-pQCT) with homogenized finite element analysis are presented in order to derive critical values improving risk prediction models of osteoporosis. Gender and femoral neck areal bone mineral density (aBMD) were independe...

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