Babak Movassaghi

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A method is introduced to examine the geometrical accuracy of the three-dimensional (3-D) representation of coronary arteries from multiple (two and more) calibrated two-dimensional (2-D) angiographic projections. When involving more then two projections, (multiprojection modeling) a novel procedure is presented that consists of fully automated centerline(More)
A new method is introduce for the three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction of the coronary stents in-vivo utilizing two-dimensional projection images acquired during rotational angiography (RA). The method is based on the application of motion compensated techniques to the acquired angiograms resulting in a temporal snapshot of the stent within the cardiac(More)
The figure below on the right shows an optimal view map of the segmented bifurcation in the coronary artery (left image) with minimal foreshortening (1.2%). The figure below on the left shows a gated reconstruction of the left coronary artery. The right image shows a forward projection of a gated reconstruction on an angiogram. Using follow c-arc technology(More)
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