Shape Constrained Deformable Models for 3D Medical Image Segmentation

@inproceedings{Weese2001ShapeCD,
  title={Shape Constrained Deformable Models for 3D Medical Image Segmentation},
  author={J. Weese and M. Kaus and C. Lorenz and S. Lobregt and R. Truyen and V. Pekar},
  booktitle={IPMI},
  year={2001}
}
To improve the robustness of segmentation methods, more and more methods use prior knowledge. [...] Key Method A specific external energy which attracts the deformable model to locally detected surfaces, reduces the danger that the mesh is trapped by false object boundaries. Examples are shown, and furthermore a validation study for the segmentation of vertebrae in CT images is presented. With the exception of a few problematic areas, the algorithm leads reliably to a very good overall segmentation.Expand
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