2013
DOI: 10.1109/stsiva.2013.6644944
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Abstract: Disorders associated with repeated trauma account for about 60% of all occupational illnesses, being Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), the most consulted today. Infrared Thermography (IT) has come to play an important role in the field of medicine, where diseases are detected by temperature variations. In this paper we present the extraction of temperature variations in space and time from hands of healthy and ill subjects with CTS. These features are expected to give support to the analysis of CTS using IT. The …

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