A Model-Based Integrated Approach to Track Myocardial Deformation Using Displacement and Velocity Constraints

@inproceedings{Shi1995AMI,
  title={A Model-Based Integrated Approach to Track Myocardial Deformation Using Displacement and Velocity Constraints},
  author={Pengcheng Shi and Glynn P. Robinson and R. Todd Constable and Albert J. Sinusas and James S. Duncan},
  booktitle={ICCV},
  year={1995}
}
Accurate estimation of heart wall dense field motion and deformation could help to better understand the physiological processes associated with ischemic heart diseases, and to provide significant improvement in patient treatment. We present a new method of estimating left ventricular deformation which integrates instantaneous velocity information obtained within the mid-wall region with shape information found on the boundaries of the left ventricle. Velocity information is obtained from phase… CONTINUE READING
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