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Medical Image Fusion Based on Wavelet Multi-Scale Decomposition  [PDF]
Huiping Zhu, Bin Wu, Peng Ren
Journal of Signal and Information Processing (JSIP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsip.2013.42029
Abstract: This paper describes a method to decompose multi-scale information from different source medical image using wavelet transformation. The data fusion between CT image and MRI image is implemented based on the coefficients fusion rule which included choice of regional variance and weighted average wavelet information. The result indicates that this method is better than WMF, LEF and RVF on fusion results, details and target distortion.
Interleukin-10-819 promoter polymorphism in association with gastric cancer risk
Huiping Xue, Bing Lin, Jianfu An, Yuyuan Zhu, Gang Huang
BMC Cancer , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2407-12-102
Abstract: Each initially included article was scored for quality appraisal. Desirable data were extracted and registered into databases. 11 studies were ultimately eligible for the meta-analysis of IL-10 -819 T/C SNP. We adopted the most probably appropriate genetic model (recessive model). Potential sources of heterogeneity were sought out via subgroup and sensitivity analyses, and publication biases were estimated.IL-10 -819 TT genotype is associated with the overall reduced gastric cancer risk among Asians and even apparently observed among high quality subgroup Asians. IL-10-819 TT genotype is not statistically associated with the overall reduced gastric cancer susceptibility in persons with H. pylori infection compared with controls without H. pylori infection. IL-10 -819 TT genotype is reversely associated with diffuse-subtype risk but not in intestinal-subtype risk. IL-10 -819 TT genotype is not reversely associated with non-cardia or cardia subtype gastric cancer susceptibility.IL-10 -819 TT genotype seems to be more protective from gastric cancer in Asians. Whether IL-10 -819 TT genotype may be protective from gastric cancer susceptibility in persons infected with H. pylori or in diffuse-subtype cancer needs further exploring in the future well-designed high quality studies among different ethnicity populations. Direct sequencing should be more used in the future.Nowadays, worldwide gastric cancer incidence has decreased but its mortality still ranks second [1-3]. In Asia [4], especially China [5], gastric cancer constitutes the top lethal malignancy. As is widely known, infectious, dietary, environmental, and genetic factors are implicated in gastric carcinogenesis, but only a minority of persons exposed to risk factors such as Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection ultimately develop gastric cancer [6], which implies that host genetic susceptibility plays an important role in developing gastric cancer [7-9]. Such various susceptibilities could be explained, in p
Some Properties on the Error-Sum Function of Alternating Sylvester Series  [PDF]
Huiping Jing, Luming Shen
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2012.26070
Abstract: The error-sum function of alternating Sylvester series is introduced. Some elementary properties of this function are studied. Also, the hausdorff dimension of the graph of such function is determined.
Association between Non-Suicidal Self-Injuries and Suicide Attempts in Chinese Adolescents and College Students: A Cross-Section Study
Jie Tang,Yizhen Yu,Yu Wu,Yukai Du,Ying Ma,Huiping Zhu,Ping Zhang,Zhuoya Liu
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0017977
Abstract: This study examined the association between non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) and suicide attempts among Chinese adolescents and college students.
Characteristics and Trends of Hospitalized Pediatric Abuse Head Trauma in Wuhan, China: 2002–2011
Xin Xia,Joe Xiang,Jianbo Shao,Gary A. Smith,Chuanhua Yu,Huiping Zhu,Huiyun Xiang
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/ijerph9114187
Abstract: This study investigated characteristics and trends of hospitalized abuse-related traumatic brain injuries (TBI) treated at a large pediatric medical center in Wuhan, China during the past 10 years. De-identified hospital discharge data for patients 0–4 years old hospitalized at the Wuhan Medical Care Center for Women and Children were analyzed, and ICD-10 codes were used to identify cases of TBI. Medical notes provided by doctors in the medical record were used to identify TBI cases in which suspected child abuse was the cause. From 2002 to 2011, 3,061 pediatric TBI patients were hospitalized and 4.6% (140) of these cases were suspected child abuse-related. The majority of suspected child abuse cases involved children younger than 1 year of age (68.6%) and usually affected males (63.6%). Children with non-Abusive Head Trauma (AHT) were more likely to have full recovery outcome (68.4%, 95% CI: 66.6%–70.0%) than children with suspected AHT (44.3%, 95% CI: 36.1%–52.5%). The proportion of all childhood TBI attributable to abuse did not appear to have increased in the 10-year period at this medical center. This is the first comprehensive study highlighting the important role of suspected child abuse in causing TBIs among Chinese children. Child abuse as a major cause of TBIs among infants in China should be studied further, and there should be greater awareness of this important social and medical problem in China.
Progress of Application Researches of Porous Fiber Metals
Zhengping Xi,Jilei Zhu,Huiping Tang,Qingbo Ao,Hao Zhi,Jianyong Wang,Cheng Li
Materials , 2011, DOI: 10.3390/ma4040816
Abstract: Metal fiber porous materials with intrinsic properties of metal and functional properties of porous materials have received a great deal of attention in the fundamental research and industry applications. With developments of the preparation technologies and industrial requirements, porous fiber metals with excellent properties are developed and applied in many industry areas, e.g., sound absorption, heat transfer, energy absorption and lightweight structures. The applied research progress of the metal fiber porous materials in such application areas based on the recent work in our group was reviewed in this paper.
Sexual Knowledge, attitudes and behaviors among unmarried migrant female workers in China: a comparative analysis
Jie Tang, Xiaohui Gao, Yizhen Yu, Niman Ahmed, Huiping Zhu, Jiaji Wang, Yukai Du
BMC Public Health , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-11-917
Abstract: A sample of 5156 unmarried migrant female workers was selected from three manufacturing factories, two located in Shenzhen and one in Guangzhou, China. Demographic data, sexual knowledge, attitudes and behaviors were assessed by self-administered questionnaires. Multivariate logistic regression analysis was conducted to examine the factors associated with premarital sexual intercourse.The average age of the unmarried female workers included in the sample was 20.2 years, and majority of them showed a low level of sex-related knowledge. Females from the west of China demonstrated a significant lower level of sex-related knowledge than those from the eastern or central provinces (p < 0.05). Approximately 13% of participants held a favorable attitude towards premarital sexual intercourse, and youths from the east/central were more likely to have favorable attitudes compared with those from the west (p < 0.05). About 17.0% of the unmarried female workers reported having engaged in premarital sexual intercourse, and females from the east/central were more likely to have experienced premarital sexual intercourse than those from the west (p < 0.05). Multivariate analysis revealed that age, education, current residential type, dating, sexual knowledge, attitudes, and pattern of communication were significantly associated with premarital sexual intercourse.The unmarried migrant female workers lack sexual knowledge and a substantial proportion of them are engaged in premarital sexual behaviors. Interventions aimed at improving their sexual knowledge and related skills are needed.Health risk behaviors such as cigarette smoking, weapon-carrying, and unprotected sexual intercourse contribute to the leading causes of morbidity, mortality, and social problems among adolescents and youths [1]. Premarital sex among adolescents and youths predispose them to unwanted pregnancies, unsafe abortions, pregnancy-related complications, and sexually transmitted infectious (STI) including HIV/
Association between actual weight status, perceived weight and depressive, anxious symptoms in Chinese adolescents: a cross-sectional study
Jie Tang, Yizhen Yu, Yukai Du, Ying Ma, Huiping Zhu, Zhuoya Liu
BMC Public Health , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-10-594
Abstract: A sample of 1144 Chinese adolescents was randomly selected from four schools in Wuhan, China, including 665 boys and 479 girls with ages ranging between 10 and 17 years. Actual measured weight and height and perceived weight status were compared to anxiety and depressive symptoms measured using the revised Self-Rating Anxiety Scale and Children's Depression Inventory. A general linear model was used to compare differences in psychological symptoms among the teenagers with different measured and perceived weights.When compared with standardized weight tables (WHO age- and gender-specific body mass index (BMI) cutoffs (2007 reference)), girls were more likely to misperceive themselves as overweight, whereas more boys misclassified their weight status as underweight. The adolescents who perceived themselves as overweight were more likely to experience depressive and anxiety symptoms (except girls) than those who perceived themselves as normal and/or underweight. However, no significant association was found between depressive and anxiety symptoms actual measured weight status.Perceived weight status, but not the actual weight status, was associated with psychological symptoms.Adolescence is a critical period when dramatic physical, psychological and social developments take place [1]. With the growth spurt that occurs at this time, most adolescents are very concerned about their body weights and shape, which have been defined as 'body image' [2,3], and how others perceive their body image. Perceived weight is one of the important dimensions of body image and reflects the subjective expectancy of a person's body image [4]. It is reported that adolescents in western societies desire a body image that conforms to the "ideal", a thin shape for women and a lean, muscular shape for men [5,6]. In China, the rapid economic development in the last decade has resulted in accelerated shifts in Chinese dietary patterns and this has led to the significant increase in body mass inde
Association between CFL1 gene polymorphisms and spina bifida risk in a California population
Huiping Zhu, James Enaw, Chen Ma, Gary M Shaw, Edward J Lammer, Richard H Finnell
BMC Medical Genetics , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2350-8-12
Abstract: Having re-sequenced the human CFL1 gene and identified five common single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in our target population, we investigated whether there existed a possible association between the genetic variations of the CFL1 gene and risk of spina bifida. Samples were obtained from a large population-based case-control study in California. Allele association, genotype association and haplotype association were evaluated in two different ethnicity groups, non-Hispanic white and Hispanic white.Homozygosity for the minor alleles of the SNPs studied (rs652021, rs665306, rs667555, rs4621 and rs11227332) appeared to produce an increased risk for spina bifida. Subjects with the haplotype composed of all minor alleles (CCGGT) appeared to have increased spina bifida risk (OR = 1.6, 95% CI: 0.9~2.9), however, this finding is not statistically significant likely due to limited sample size.The sequence variation of human CFL1 gene is a genetic modifier for spina bifida risk in this California population.Neural tube defects (NTDs) are a group of severe congenital malformations characterized by a failure of neural tube closure during early embryonic development. NTDs are complex birth defects with a multi-factorial pattern of inheritance, requiring both genetic and environmental factors to contribute to their etiology [1]. The development and closure of the neural tube is usually completed within 28 days post-conception, in a process that is tightly regulated yet prone to environmental perturbation [2]. Periconceptional folic acid supplementation has been repeatedly reported to prevent 50~70% of NTDs [3-5]. Mutations and polymorphisms in folate pathway genes such as methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), methionine synthase (MTR), methionine synthase reductase (MTRR), and betaine-homocysteine methyltransferase (BHMT), have been intensively investigated and in some studies have shown an association with NTD risk [6-9]. However, none of these factors individually c
Characteristics and Trends of Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injuries Treated at a Large Pediatric Medical Center in China, 2002–2011
Jianbo Shao, Huiping Zhu, Hongyan Yao, Lorann Stallones, Keith Yeates, Krista Wheeler, Huiyun Xiang
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0051634
Abstract: Background Pediatric traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) have not been well studied in China. This study investigated characteristics and trends of hospitalized TBIs sustained by Chinese children. Methods and Findings We analyzed 2002–2011 hospitalized TBI patients (0–17 years of age) treated at a large pediatric medical center in China. TBIs were defined using the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) codes. We examined age patterns across external causes of TBIs. We reported the trend of traffic-related TBIs for each year from 2002 to 2011. Of 4,230 TBI patients, 67.1% (95% CI: 65.4%–68.8%) were city residents and 28.8% (95% CI: 26.3%–31.3%) came from rural villages. Males had disproportionately more TBIs than females (65.2% vs. 34.8%). Falls, struck by/against objects, and traffic collisions were the top three external causes of TBIs for all age groups. Falls were the leading cause of TBI for all ages but peaked at 2 years of age. There were 125 TBIs in 0–2 year olds (5.9% of all TBIs in this age group) that were caused by suspected child abuse. Suspected child abuse was significantly more likely to occur in 0–1 year olds. The proportion of traffic -related TBIs increased significantly from 12.99% in 2002 to 19.68% in 2008 but dropped each subsequent year until it reached a level of 8.91% in 2011. Conclusions Our study confirms that falls, struck by/against objects and traffic collisions are the top external causes of TBIs in Chinese children. When compared with national data from the developed countries, gender patterns are similar, but the ranking of external causes is different. This is the first study to highlight the important role of suspected child abuse in causing TBIs in infants in China. TBIs caused by child abuse warrant further research and government attention as a social and medical problem in China.
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