Cardiac Fibre Trace Clustering for the Interpretation of the Human Heart Architecture

  title={Cardiac Fibre Trace Clustering for the Interpretation of the Human Heart Architecture},
  author={Carole Frindel and Marc C. Robini and Jo{\"e}l Schaerer and Pierre Croisille and Yue Min Zhu},
Cardiac fibre architecture plays a key role in heart function. Recently, the estimation of fibre structure has been simplified with diffusion tensor MRI (DT-MRI). In order to assess the heart architecture and its underlying function, with the goal of dealing with pathological tissues and easing inter-patient comparisons, we propose a methodology for finding cardiac myofibrille trace correspondences across a fibre population obtained from DT-MRI data. It relies on the comparison of geometrical… CONTINUE READING

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