G. Calmon

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This article presents a technique to automatically measure changes in the volume of a structure of interest in successive 3D magnetic resonance (MR) images and its application in the study of the brain and lateral cerebral ventricles. The only manual step is a segmentation of the structure of interest in the first image. The analysis comprises, first,(More)
Evaluating precisely the temporal variations of lesion volumes is very important for at least three types of practical applications: pharmaceutical trials, decision making for drug treatment or surgery, and patient follow-up. In this paper we present a volumetric analysis technique, combining precise rigid registration of three-dimensional (3-D)(More)
The motion of the vestibulo-cochlear nerve (VCN) was quantified at the level of the cerebello-pontine angle in 28 healthy volunteers enrolled in a prospective study performed on a 3T MRI scanner. A phase contrast MRI (PCMRI) sequence was used. The VCN was divided into a cisternal part and a meatic part, both of which were measured for motion in the(More)
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