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Tracking of LV Endocardial Surface on Real-Time Three-Dimensional Ultrasound with Optical Flow

Qi Duan; Elsa D. Angelini; Susan L. Herz; Olivier Gerard; Pascal Allain; Kevin D. Costa; Christopher M. Ingrassia; Shunichi Homma; Jeffrey W. Holmes; Andrew F. Laine

Title:
Tracking of LV Endocardial Surface on Real-Time Three-Dimensional Ultrasound with Optical Flow
Author(s):
Duan, Qi
Angelini, Elsa D.
Herz, Susan L.
Gerard, Olivier
Allain, Pascal
Costa, Kevin D.
Ingrassia, Christopher M.
Homma, Shunichi
Holmes, Jeffrey W.
Laine, Andrew F.
Date:
Type:
Presentations
Department:
Biomedical Engineering
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Notes:
Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart: Third International Workshop: FIMH 2005: Barcelona, Spain, June 2-4, 2005: Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 3504 (Berlin: Springer, 2005), pp. 434-445.
Abstract:
Real-time three-dimensional (RT3D) ultrasound with matrix-phased array transducers enable fast, non-invasive visualization of cardiac ventricles. Segmentation of ventricular volumes on RT3D ultrasound is typically performed at end-diastole (ED) and end-systole (ES). Automation of the segmentation process and propagation of segmentation in time is challenging. In this context, a correlation-based 3D+Time optical flow algorithm was applied for tracking of myocardial surfaces. Initialization was performed with either manual tracing or QLAB© software (Philips Medical Systems).
Subject(s):
Biomedical engineering
Publisher DOI:
10.1007/11494621_43
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330
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Suggested Citation:
Qi Duan, Elsa D. Angelini, Susan L. Herz, Olivier Gerard, Pascal Allain, Kevin D. Costa, Christopher M. Ingrassia, Shunichi Homma, Jeffrey W. Holmes, Andrew F. Laine, 2005, Tracking of LV Endocardial Surface on Real-Time Three-Dimensional Ultrasound with Optical Flow, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:9587.

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