Frédéric Plourde

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Stereoradiography is a well known technique to obtain 3D reconstructions of the rib cage. However, clinical applications are limited by the associated 2D rib detection method. Either this detection is widely supervised and time-consuming for the user, or it is fully automatic and not accurate enough for proper 3D reconstruction or clinical indices(More)
3-D assessment of scoliotic deformities relies on an accurate 3-D reconstruction of bone structures from biplanar X-rays, which requires a precise detection and matching of anatomical structures in both views. In this paper, we propose a novel semiautomated technique for detecting complete scoliotic rib borders from PA-0° and PA-20° chest radiographs, by(More)
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