Knowledge-Assisted Reconstruction of the Human Rib Cage and Lungs

@article{Koehler2010KnowledgeAssistedRO,
  title={Knowledge-Assisted Reconstruction of the Human Rib Cage and Lungs},
  author={Christopher Koehler and Thomas Wischgoll},
  journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={17-29}
}
  • Christopher Koehler, Thomas Wischgoll
  • Published in
    IEEE Computer Graphics and…
    2010
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Computer-aided disease detection software effectively helps medical professionals use PA (posterior-anterior) and lateral (side) x-ray images to detect diseases such as lung cancer at early stages, which can be quite difficult. Typically, such software focuses only on PA x-ray images and uses image-processing and soft-computation techniques to identify potentially diseased areas. There's been little focus on extracting knowledge from the x-rays and using knowledge of human anatomy to generate… CONTINUE READING

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