Bone morphing with statistical shape models for enhanced visualization

@inproceedings{Rajamani2004BoneMW,
  title={Bone morphing with statistical shape models for enhanced visualization},
  author={Kumar T. Rajamani and Johannes Hug and Lutz-Peter Nolte and Martin Styner},
  booktitle={Medical Imaging: Image-Guided Procedures},
  year={2004}
}
This paper addresses the problem of extrapolating extremely sparse three-dimensional set of digitized landmarks and bone surface points to obtain a complete surface representation. The extrapolation is done using a statistical principal component analysis (PCA) shape model similar to earlier approaches by Fleute et al. This extrapolation procedure called Bone-Morphing is highly useful for intra-operative visualization of bone structures in image-free surgeries. We developed a novel morphing… CONTINUE READING

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