Comparison of 3D deformable models for in vivo measurements of mouse embryo from 3D ultrasound images

@article{Qiu2004ComparisonO3,
  title={Comparison of 3D deformable models for in vivo measurements of mouse embryo from 3D ultrasound images},
  author={Bo Qiu and Patrick Clarysse and J. Montagonat and Marc Janier and Didier Vray},
  journal={IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, 2004},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={748-751 Vol.1}
}
In this paper, we are interested in the analysis of the 3D shape of mouse embryo from 3D ultrasound (US) images acquired using an experimental ultrasonic system. Two approaches for the 3D segmentation of mouse embryo are evaluated. The first one is the simplex-mesh deformable surface and the other one is a deformable elastic template. The methods are compared qualitatively by evaluating the segmentation results and quantitatively by computing shape parameters. 

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