Mohamed Elayyadi

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is unique in its ability to noninvasively and selectively alter tissue magnetization, and create tag planes intersecting image slices. The resulting grid of signal voids allows for tracking deformations of tissues in otherwise homogeneous-signal myocardial regions. In this paper, we propose a specific spatial modulation of(More)
MRI is unique in its ability to non-invasively and selectively alter tissue magnetization, and create tag planes intersecting image slices. The resulting grid of signal voids allows for tracking deformations of tissues in otherwise homogeneous-signal myocardial regions. In this paper, we propose a speciic Spatial Modulation of Magnetization (SPAMM) imaging(More)
In this invited paper, an overview of techniques developed at the Cardiovascular Image Analysis Laboratory at Washington University is discussed. At the core of our methodologies lie exible shape models, which are employed in automated as well as semi-automated analysis of cardiac MRI and X-ray angiog-raphy images. The mathematical bases used for the exible(More)
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