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A computational anatomy atlas of the heart has been built for the main purposes of patient-specific functional analysis and electromechanics simulations. The atlas is composed of an underlying statistical shape model, based on a point distribution model (PDM), which was constructed from a training set comprising 100 asymptomatic and pathologic subjects. A(More)
The quantification of wall motion in cerebral aneurysms is becoming important owing to its potential connection to rupture, and as a way to incorporate the effects of vascular compliance in computational fluid dynamics simulations. Most of papers report values obtained with experimental phantoms, simulated images or animal models, but the information for(More)
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