Endo begins late-stage testing of potential cellulite treatment
Endo International said Tuesday it has initiated two phase-III clinical trials testing the ability of an existing product to treat cellulite. Cellulite, a condition that results in a localized alteration in the contour of the skin, afflicts 85 to 98 percent of women. The condition occurs when the layer of fat beneath the skin pushes against connective tissue and bulges creating the appearance of lumpy or dimpled skin. The American Soci ety for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery estimates women spend about…
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REGISTRATION OF BRAIN RESECTION MRI WITH INTENSITY AND LOCATION PRIORS. Proc IEEE Int Symp Biomed Imaging. 2011 Mar-Apr;2011:1520-1523 Authors: Chitphakdithai N, Vives KP, Duncan JS Abstract Images with missing correspondences are difficult to align using standard registration methods due to the assumption that the same features appear in both images. To address this problem in brain resection images, we have recently proposed an algorithm in which the registration process is aided by an indicator map that is simultaneously estimated to distinguish between missing and valid tissue. We now extend our me...
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