Polivka, J.; Maule, P.; Kleckova, J.
January 2010
Annals of DAAAM & Proceedings;2010, p1343
Academic Journal
This article describes our upcoming scientific database medical system together with the two examples of its application. The idea of the experimental system is to process and store the amount of heterogeneous multimedia data objects for particular real neurological case studies with brain vascular diseases specialization and others, which can be used for the future medical research activities. The concept of the multilevel database structure is presented together with some present common data types and standards often used in medical applications (DICOM, DASTA and HL7). The article contains examples of system application in our biomedical research, the brain infarction core evaluation and the liver's vascular tree extraction.


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