Point-tracked quantitative analysis of left ventricular surface motion from 3-D image sequences

@article{Shi2000PointtrackedQA,
  title={Point-tracked quantitative analysis of left ventricular surface motion from 3-D image sequences},
  author={Pengcheng Shi and Albert J. Sinusas and R. Todd Constable and Erik L. Ritman and James S. Duncan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={36-50}
}
Proposes and validates the hypothesis that one can use differential shape properties of the myocardial surfaces to recover dense field motion from standard three-dimensional (3-D) image sequences (MRI and CT). Quantitative measures of left ventricular regional function can be further inferred from the point correspondence maps. The noninvasive, algorithm-derived results are validated on two levels. First, the motion trajectories are compared to those of implanted imaging-opaque markers of a… CONTINUE READING
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