A real-time biopsy needle segmentation technique using Hough transform.

@article{Ding2003ARB,
  title={A real-time biopsy needle segmentation technique using Hough transform.},
  author={Mingyue Ding and Aaron Fenster},
  journal={Medical physics},
  year={2003},
  volume={30 8},
  pages={2222-33}
}
Real-time needle segmentation and tracking is very important in image-guided surgery, biopsy, and therapy. Due to its robustness to the addition of extraneous noise, the Hough Transform is one of the most powerful line-detection techniques nowadays and has been widely used in different areas. Unfortunately, its high computation needs often prevent it from being applied in real-time applications without the help of specially designed hardware. In order to solve this problem, a variety of fast… CONTINUE READING
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