Cine CT images, ventricular pathology, 3D imaging
Techniques have been developed for automated extraction and dynamic interactive display of three-dimensional (3D) left ventricular (LV) surface anatomy from Cine CT images using a PC-based image display architecture. Images of both endocardial and myocardial surface anatomy are generated from multiple views at multiple time instances to demonstrate various LV pathologies including apical akinesis, apical and posterior aneurysms, LV Failure, IHSS, and a left atrial myxoma. Surface generation requires interpolation between scans, surface tracking, and rendering. Generation of 60 views corresponding to a single time instance requires approximately 15 minutes. LV dimensions are measured between two or more surface points using one or more views. Dynamic interactive display and measurement of surface anatomy provides a valuable tool for improved understanding and quantitative analysis of LV shape, size, and dimensions in the presence of these pathologies.
Original Publication Citation
William A. Barrett and Jayaram K. Udupa: "Dynamic Display and Quantitative Analysis of Three-Dimensional Left Ventricular Pathology", IEEE Proceedings of Computers in Cardiology, pp. 7-12, Bethesda, MD., 1988.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barrett, William A. and Udupa, Jayaram K., "Dynamic Display and Quantitative Analysis of Three-Dimensional Left Ventricular Pathology" (1988). Faculty Publications. 1200.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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