Isabelle Claude

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This paper presents a novel approach to fetal magnetic resonance image segmentation and biometric analysis of the posterior fossa's midline structures. We developed a semi-automatic segmentation method (based on a region growing technique) and tested the algorithm on images of 104 normal fetuses. Using the segmented regions of interest (posterior fossa,(More)
Arteriovenous fistula are specific vessels created by a vascular operation in order to provide sufficient blood access for extracorporeal circulation in hemodialysis. They are subject to numerous pathologies that may be caused by hemodynamic effects. To better understand these effects, a specific patient's arteriovenous fistula was reconstructed from(More)
We have integrated in vitro and in silico information to investigate acetaminophen (APAP) and its metabolite N-acetyl-p-benzoquinone imine (NAPQI) toxicity in liver biochip. In previous works, we observed higher cytotoxicity of HepG2/C3a cultivated in biochips when exposed to 1 mM of APAP for 72 h as compared to Petri cultures. We complete our investigation(More)
This article presents colposcopic image classification based on contour parameters used in a comparison study of different artificial neural networks and the k-nearest neighbors reference method. In this study, significant i mage data bases are used (283 samples) from which a set of original parameters is extracted to characterize the attribute of contour.(More)
Patients with ESRD "End-stage renal disease" require hemodialysis. The most desirable form of vascular access is the arterio-venous fistula (AVF). It is placed surgically joining an artery and a vein together. We propose an investigation protocol to understand the correlation between hemodynamics in this vessel and the associated clinical complications.(More)
According to the type of sequences used, either morphological or dynamic functional study can be performed using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The aim of this study is to find out if vascular information found, in dynamic MR sequences, already exists in anatomical MR sequences in the particular case of Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD). LCPD is due to a(More)
PURPOSE To retrospectively compare image quality and lesion detectability with two T2-weighted sequences at 1.5 Tesla (T): respiratory-triggered three-dimensional fat sat fast-spin-echo with extended echo-train acquisition (3D FSE-XETA) and respiratory-triggered two-dimensional fat-sat fast recovery fast-spin-echo (2D FRFSE). MATERIALS AND METHODS MR was(More)
This study proposes semi-automatic determination of geometrical features in hip magnetic resonance (MR) images in order to evaluate the Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD). Nine anatomical points on a hip image are selected by a clinician; then eight geometrical indexes of the hip joint are calculated: acetabulum head index (AHI), Wiberg angle (VCE), inner(More)