Constructing average models of quasi-spherical objects: application to corneal topographies

Abstract

In medical imaging, it is now common to create 3D models of organs by ‘averaging’ several specimens obtained from different subjects. This requires a registration step to align the organs before averaging their shapes. In this paper, we present the difficult case of a quasi-spherical organ: the cornea. To cope with the lack of anatomical anchor points, we… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/21681163.2015.1077164

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