• Published 2012

Evaluation of Interpolation Methods for Motion Compensated Tomographic Reconstruction for Cardiac Angiographic Carm Data

@inproceedings{Mller2012EvaluationOI,
  title={Evaluation of Interpolation Methods for Motion Compensated Tomographic Reconstruction for Cardiac Angiographic Carm Data},
  author={Kerstin M{\"u}ller and Yefeng Zheng and G̈unter Lauritsch and Christopher Rohkohl and Chris Schwemmer and Andreas K. Maier and Rebecca Fahrig and Joachim Hornegger},
  year={2012}
}
Anatomical and functional information about the cardiac chambers is a key component of future developments in the field of interventional cardiology. With the technology of C-arm CT it is possible to reconstruct intraprocedural 3-D images from angiographic projection data. Some approaches attempt to add the temporal dimension (4-D) by electrocardiogram (ECG)gating in order to distinguish physical states of the heart. However, for the left heart ventricle scanned during one single C-arm sweep… CONTINUE READING

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