Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis

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Deformable models are a powerful, physics-based technique for representing, reconstructing, recognizing, and manipulating nonrigid curves, surfaces, and solids from their images and image sequence. As noninvasive medical imaging technologies continue their rapid development, techniques for reconstructing three-dimensional deformable models are becoming increasingly important in the medical field. Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of deformable models. The...
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Overview

Deformable models are a powerful, physics-based technique for representing, reconstructing, recognizing, and manipulating nonrigid curves, surfaces, and solids from their images and image sequence. As noninvasive medical imaging technologies continue their rapid development, techniques for reconstructing three-dimensional deformable models are becoming increasingly important in the medical field. Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of deformable models. The book concentrates on recent developments in novel deformable modeling techniques and on the use of medical images to illustrate the capabilities of their algorithms.

Incl. theoretical background, applicability to med. imaging, segmentation & reconstruction, motion analysis & tracking.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780818685217
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/1/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 388
  • Product dimensions: 8.56 (w) x 10.97 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis: A Survey 2
2 Biomedical Imaging Modalities: An Overview 20
3 Snakes: Active Contour Models 45
4 On Active Contour Models and Balloons 56
5 Dynamic Programming for Detecting, Tracking, and Matching Deformable Contours 64
6 Constraints on Deformable Models: Recovering 3D Shape and Nonrigid Motion 73
7 Dynamic 3D Models with Local and Global Deformations: Deformable Superquadrics 106
8 The Extruded Generalized Cylinder: A Deformable Model for Object Recovery 118
9 Recovery of Nonrigid Motion and Structure 126
10 A Review of Biomedical Image Segmentation Techniques 140
11 Cardiac MR Image Segmentation Using Deformable Models 162
12 Features Extraction and Analysis Methods for Sequences of Ultrasound Images 166
13 Using Deformable Surfaces to Segment 3-D Images and Infer Differential Structures 177
14 Segmentation and Tracking of Cine Cardiac MR and CT Images Using a 3-D Deformable Model 199
15 A Dynamic Finite Element Surface Model for Segmentation and Tracking in Multidimensional Medical Images with Application to Cardiac 4D Image Analysis 203
16 Shape Modeling with Front Propagation: A Level Set Approach 218
17 Multiresolution Stochastic Hybrid Shape Models with Fractal Priors 236
18 An Overview of Motion Analysis and Tracking Issues in Medical Image Analysis 268
19 Nonrigid Motion Analysis 270
20 Multiresolution Elastic Matching 285
21 Tracking Points on Deformable Objects Using Curvature Information 306
22 Automatic Tracking of SPAMM Grid and the Estimation of Deformation Parameters from Cardiac MR Images 315
23 Curvature-Based Approach to Point Correspondence Recovery in Conformal NonRigid Motion 326
24 Pointwise Tracking of Left-Ventricular Motion in 3-D 344
25 Three-Dimensional Motion and Deformation of the Heart Wall: Estimation with Spatial Modulation of Magnetization - A Model-Based Approach 350
26 Modeling, Analysis, and Visualization of Left Ventricle Shape and Motion by Heirarchical Decomposition 357
27 Frequency-Based Nonrigid Motion Analysis: Application to Four Dimensional Medical Images 372
28 The Hybrid Volume Ventriculoid: A Model for MR-SPAMM 3-D Analysis 385
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