Advanced Valve Modeling and Multi-Modal Fusion for Minimally Invasive Valve Procedures

@inproceedings{Grbic2014AdvancedVM,
  title={Advanced Valve Modeling and Multi-Modal Fusion for Minimally Invasive Valve Procedures},
  author={Sasa Grbic},
  year={2014}
}
The treatment of valvular heart disease has shifted from open-heart surgery towards minimally invasive procedures. Without a direct access to the affected anatomy, pre-operative planning and procedural guidance is crucial for a successful outcome. For pre-operative planning we present a novel patient-specific model of the valvular apparatus in combination with a machine learning framework to estimate the model parameters and derive advanced clinical measurements based on the estimated models… CONTINUE READING

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