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Figure 1: Using the Open Annotation (OA) model to annotate a magnetic resonance image depicting the brain of a pediatric patient with a diffusive glioma. The OA model provides tools for recording provenance, identifying portions of the annotated image, and encoding the list of statements about the annotated target. Source: http://www-sop.inria.fr/asclepios/projects/Health-e-Child/DiseaseModels/content/brain/TumorGrowth6_slowlygrowingpathologies.html

Figure 1: Using the Open Annotation (OA) model to annotate a magnetic resonance image depicting the brain of a pediatric patient with a diffusive glioma. The OA model provides tools for recording provenance, identifying portions of the annotated image, and encoding the list of statements about the annotated target. Source: <a target=http://www-sop.inria.fr/asclepios/projects/Health-e-Child/DiseaseModels/content/brain/TumorGrowth6_slowlygrowingpathologies.html">