Automated integer programming based separation of arteries and veins from thoracic CT images

@article{Payer2016AutomatedIP,
  title={Automated integer programming based separation of arteries and veins from thoracic CT images},
  author={Christian Payer and Michael Pienn and Zolt{\'a}n B{\'a}lint and Alexander Shekhovtsov and Emina Talakic and Eszter Nagy and Andrea Olschewski and Horst Olschewski and Martin Urschler},
  journal={Medical image analysis},
  year={2016},
  volume={34},
  pages={
          109-122
        }
}
Automated computer-aided analysis of lung vessels has shown to yield promising results for non-invasive diagnosis of lung diseases. To detect vascular changes which affect pulmonary arteries and veins differently, both compartments need to be identified. We present a novel, fully automatic method that separates arteries and veins in thoracic computed tomography images, by combining local as well as global properties of pulmonary vessels. We split the problem into two parts: the extraction of… CONTINUE READING

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