Study on differences in posture-dependent plantar temperature changes between patients with diabetes and healthy volunteers. Results show that the underlying blood supply is similarly regulated as in healthy controls and that the plantar temperature is not disturbed with diabetes. Timely temperature changes occur in stance position, which may lay the groundwork for approaches to identify pressure and temperature patterns that are indicatory of emerging microcirculatory foot problems with diabetes in the future.
Study predicting depression severity in tinnitus patients after treatment based on self-report questionnaire data acquired at baseline and ranking of features w.r.t. their attribution towards model prediction.
A machine learning workflow to predict tinnitus distress after treatment based on self-report questionnaire data acquired at baseline and extraction of statistics and visualizations representing feature importance on a population-, subpopulation- and individual level.
We proposed a pipeline for morphological feature extraction and rupture status classification with subsequent feature ranking and inspection in intracranial aneurysms.
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