16 December 1988 3D Arterial Trace Reconstruction From Biplane Multi-Valued Projections
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An automatic algorithm for reconstructing arterial center lines in three dimensional (3D) space from two orthogonal angiographic views is presented. As a result of representing projected center lines by, cubic spline polynomials, corresponding points in both views are automatically determined. A previous paperl showed automatic positional reconstruction to be possible when the projected center line can be expressed as a single-valued function. This algorithm generalizes the method to include cases where the center lines are described by multi-valued functions. Three dimensional curves, representing arterial center lines, were sampled and projected onto two orthogonal planes to simulate the projected vessel center line in each view. Gaussian noise of different magnitudes was added to the projected coordinates in both views to simulate vessel center line estimation errors. Stenosed segments were simulated by deleting sections of the projected center lines. Positional reconstruction accuracy for various mean centering errors (MCE) and stenosis lengths are presented.
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Joseph Barba, Joseph Barba, Paul Fenster, Paul Fenster, Manuel Suardiaz, Manuel Suardiaz, } "3D Arterial Trace Reconstruction From Biplane Multi-Valued Projections", Proc. SPIE 0974, Applications of Digital Image Processing XI, (16 December 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.948482; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.948482
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