Learn More
Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty consists in conducting a balloon and a stent through a coronary lesion and deploying the stent by balloon inflation. A coronary stent is a 3D complex mesh hardly visible in X-Ray images. The control of stent deployment is difficult from the 2D projection images inspection although insufficient deployment of the(More)
The development of interventional procedures in the catheterisation laboratory drives the introduction of simple, fast and accurate quantification methods. Quantification is used to evaluate the volume of the left ventricle but also for choosing the size of a balloon or a stent during the percutaneous coronary angioplasty procedure. The objective of the(More)
  • 1