volume 23, issue 2, P272-273 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2008.03.032
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Abstract: Anatomical drawings are often used to present organ‐specific physiological data, such as tissue water content or metabolic rate. While effectively representing organ size and relative position in the body, inadequate weighting is given to the magnitude of dynamic physiological processes or static measures. We have developed a novel presentation for such physiological data through adaptation of geographic information systems methodology (GIS). GIS‐derived cartograms are maps which rescale land areas based on m…

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