Segmentation of vessels: the corkscrew algorithm

@inproceedings{Wesarg2004SegmentationOV,
  title={Segmentation of vessels: the corkscrew algorithm},
  author={Stefan Wesarg and Evelyn A. Firle},
  booktitle={Medical Imaging: Image Processing},
  year={2004}
}
Medical imaging is nowadays much more than only providing data for diagnosis. It also links ‘classical’ diagnosis to modern forms of treatment such as image guided surgery. Those systems require the identification of organs, anatomical regions of the human body etc., i. e. the segmentation of structures from medical data sets. The algorithms used for these segmentation tasks strongly depend on the object to be segmented. One structure which plays an important role in surgery planning are… CONTINUE READING

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