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We propose a novel automatic method to segment the my-ocardium on late-enhancement cardiac MR (LE CMR) images with a multi-step approach. First, in each slice of the LE CMR volume, a geometrical template is deformed so that its borders fit the myocardial contours. The second step consists in introducing a shape prior of the left ventricle. To do so, we use(More)
This paper presents a new method for deformable model-based segmentation of lumen and thrombus in abdominal aortic aneurysms from computed tomography (CT) angiography (CTA) scans. First the lumen is segmented based on two positions indicated by the user, and subsequently the resulting surface is used to initialize the automated thrombus segmentation method.(More)
Quantitative functional analysis of the left ventricle plays a very important role in the diagnosis of heart diseases. While in standard two-dimensional echocardiography this quantification is limited to rather crude volume estimation, three-dimensional (3-D) echocardiography not only significantly improves its accuracy but also makes it possible to derive(More)
A typical Cardiac Magnetic Resonance (CMR) examination includes acquisition of a sequence of short-axis (SA) and long-axis (LA) images covering the cardiac cycle. Quantitative analysis of the heart function requires segmentation of the left ventricle (LV) SA images, while segmented LA views allow more accurate estimation of the basal slice and can be used(More)
We propose a new method to segment long-axis cardiac MR images acquired with a late-enhancement protocol. Detecting the myocardium boundaries is difficult in these images because healthy myocardium appears dark while the intensity of enhanced areas ranges from gray to white, depending on the myocardial damage. In this context, geometrical template(More)
Motion estimation is a key building block of image processing pipelines in many different contexts, ranging from efficient coding of video sequences in the consumer electronics domain (TV, DVD, BD) to professional medical applications. Many block-matching approaches have been proposed in the literature for motion detection and compensation in general,(More)
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