AN IMAGE PROCESSING-BASED TOOL FOR NONINVASIVE MEASUREMENT OF BILIRUBIN LEVEL

Khalid M. Alabdulwahhab, Ali A. Messaoud, Omar M. Almutaihi, Farah M. Alaskar, Raid S. Albaradie, Moattar R. Rizvi

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