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Dr.-Ing. Samy Sadek

Assistant Professor - Neuro-IT (Artificial Vision), Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research

Faculty of Computers and Information

Address: P. O Box 82533 Sohag, Egypt

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Publications Which contain the keyword: dermoscopy


2018-10-27 18:53:51 Keywords dermoscopy, suspicious skin lesions,
Value of Dermoscopic examination in diagnosis of suspicious skin lesions.
Introduction & Objectives Dermoscopy is an inexpensive diagnostic tool that allow visualization of findings not visible to the naked eye. It forms a link between clinical dermatology and microscopic dermatopathology. Also its invasiveness, Skin biopsy is the only diagnostic tool in suspicious skin lesions Aim of the study is the assessment of the value of dermoscopy in diagnosis of suspicious ... Read more

2018-10-27 20:46:17 Keywords alopecia areata, dermoscopy,
Dermoscopic findings in Alopecia Areata and their prognostic values after treatment.
INTRODUCTION & OBJECTIVES ALOPECIA AREATA IS A COMMON CAUSE OF NON SCARRING ALOPECIA THAT OCCURS IN A PATCHY,CONFLUENT OR DIFFUSE PATTERN. DERMOSCOPY IS A NON-INVASIVE USEFUL TECHNIQUE FOR THE CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS OF ALOPECIA AREATA AND OTHER DISEASES.TOPICAL MINOXIDIL SOLUTION 5% AND PLATELET RICH PLASMAARE IMPORTANT MODALITIES USED IN TREATMENT OF ALOPECIA AREATA. OUR OBJECTIVES WERE TO EVALUATE THE DERMOSCOPIC FINDINGS ... Read more

2018-10-20 08:12:03 Keywords dermoscopy, skin biopsy, skin tumors,
Dermoscopy versus skin biopsy in diagnosis of suspicious skin lesions
Background Dermoscopy is a simple and inexpensive diagnostic technique that permits the visualization of morphologic features that are not visible to the naked eye, forming a link between clinical dermatology and microscopic dermatopathology. For many years, skin biopsy was considered the only definite diagnostic tool that confirms or excludes the clinical diagnosis. Skin biopsies are invasive and have many adverse ... Read more

2018-10-15 23:30:58 Keywords skin tumors, skin biopsy, dermoscopy,
Dermoscopy versus skin biopsy in diagnosis of suspicious skin lesions
Background Dermoscopy is a simple and inexpensive diagnostic technique that permits the visualization of morphologic features that are not visible to the naked eye, forming a link between clinical dermatology and microscopic dermatopathology. For many years, skin biopsy was considered the only definite diagnostic tool that confirms or excludes the clinical diagnosis. Skin biopsies are invasive and have many adverse ... Read more

Human Action Recognition via Affine Moment Invariants
Despite their high stability and compactness, affine moment invariants have received a relatively little attention in action recognition literature. In this paper, we introduce an approach for activity recognition, based on affine moment invariants. In the proposed approach, a compact computationally-efficient shape descriptor is developed by using affine moment invariants. Affine moment invariants are derived from the 3D spatio-temporal action ... Read more

An SVM framework for malignant melanoma detection based on optimized HOG features
Early detection of skin cancer through improved techniques and innovative technologies has the greatest potential for significantly reducing both morbidity and mortality associated with this disease. In this paper, an effective framework of a CAD (Computer-Aided Diagnosis) system for melanoma skin cancer is developed mainly by application of an SVM (Support Vector Machine) model on an optimized set of HOG ... Read more

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