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de Jong, Yoni (author)
Introduction. To prevent burns from scar formation and contraction, the use of splinting therapy in the early phase of wound healing is considered as an effective non-surgical method. Splinting entails the application of a mechanical load in the opposite direction of the contractile force within the wound, based on the assumption that wound- or...
master thesis 2019
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Tsang, Daniel (author)
Experimental data have been extracted from wound-healing time-lapse videos. These data include the detection of the area of the wound and the detection of individual cells. Extracting the area of the wound is done by using a function in Python OpenCV called cv2.findcontours. An improved method to extract the area of the wound is introduced as...
bachelor thesis 2019
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Kleimann, Eline (author)
Burn injuries can lead to serious complications that have a large influence on someone’s quality of life. In order to help patients, we need to gain insight into the wound healing process and in the development of complications that come with serious burn injuries. The final goal would be to prevent or at least reduce these complications. With a...
master thesis 2018
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Bookholt, F.D. (author)
Angiogenesis1 is the biological mechanism by which new blood vessels sprout from existing ones. It differs from vasculogenesis, which is the de novo growth of the primary vascular network from initially dispersed endothelial cells (ECs). Vasculogenesis is predominant in embryonic tissue whilst new vasculature in the adult body arises mostly from...
master thesis 2015
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