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Diffeomorphometry, geodesic positioning systems for human anatomy

New algorithmic technologies for the parametric representation of human shape and form have been recently demonstrated by researchers. Coupled with advanced imaging technologies, this presents opportunities for tracking soft-tissue deformations associated with cardiovascular studies, radiation treatment planning in oncology, and neurodegenerative brain illnesses.
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