User-initialized active contour segmentation and golden-angle real-time cardiovascular magnetic resonance enable accurate assessment of LV function in patients with sinus rhythm and arrhythmias

@inproceedings{Contijoch2015UserinitializedAC,
  title={User-initialized active contour segmentation and golden-angle real-time cardiovascular magnetic resonance enable accurate assessment of LV function in patients with sinus rhythm and arrhythmias},
  author={Francisco Contijoch and Walter R. T. Witschey and Kelly Rogers and Hannah Rears and Michael Sass Hansen and Paul A. Yushkevich and Joseph H. Gorman and Robert C. Gorman and Yuchi Han},
  booktitle={Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance},
  year={2015}
}
BackgroundData obtained during arrhythmia is retained in real-time cardiovascular magnetic resonance (rt-CMR), but there is limited and inconsistent evidence to show that rt-CMR can accurately assess beat-to-beat variation in left ventricular (LV) function or during an arrhythmia.MethodsMulti-slice, short axis cine and real-time golden-angle radial CMR data was collected in 22 clinical patients (18 in sinus rhythm and 4 patients with arrhythmia). A user-initialized active contour segmentation… CONTINUE READING
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