Cornelis M. van Bemmel

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Blood pool agents (BPAs) for contrast-enhanced (CE) magnetic-resonance angiography (MRA) allow prolonged imaging times for higher contrast and resolution. Imaging is performed during the steady state when the contrast agent is distributed through the complete vascular system. However, simultaneous venous and arterial enhancement in this steady state hampers(More)
Model-based approaches towards the segmentation of vas-cular and cardiac images are presented. For vessel segmen-tation, prior shape information is introduced based on the notion that vessels are elongated structures. For cardiac seg-mentation, shape information derived from a training set of segmented images is incorporated in an automatically constructed(More)
Blood pool agents (BPAs) for contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance angiography (CE-MRA) allow prolonged imaging during the steady state when the agent is distributed through the complete vascular system. This increases both the spatial resolution and the contrast resolution. However, simultaneous venous and arterial enhancement hampers interpretation. For(More)
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