Medical Imaging and Processing Methods for Cardiac Flow Reconstruction

@inproceedings{Wong2009MedicalIA,
  title={Medical Imaging and Processing Methods for Cardiac Flow Reconstruction},
  author={K. K. L. Wong},
  year={2009}
}
Intra-cardiac blood flow imaging and visualization is challenging due to the processes involved in generating velocity fields of flow within specific chambers of interest. Visual analysis of cardiac flow or wall deformation is crucial for an accurate examination of the heart. Cardiac chamber boundary encapsulation is one of the key implementations for region definition. To provide intelligible results describing flow within the human heart, cardiac chamber segmentation is a pre-requisite so… CONTINUE READING

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