Yue Cheng,1,2 Rodolphe Bailly,3,2 Bhushan Borotikar,4 Claire Scavinner-Dorval,1,2 Benjamin Fouquet,1,2 Douraied Ben Salem,5,6,2 Sylvain Brochard,5,6,2 François Rousseau1,2
1IMT Atlantique Bretagne-Pays de la Loire (France) 2Lab. de Traitement de l'Information Médicale (France) 3Fondation Ildys (France) 4Symbiosis Ctr. for Medical Image Analysis (India) 5Ctr. Hospitalier Regional Univ. Brest (France) 6Univ. de Bretagne Occidentale (France)
Cerebral palsy is a common physical disability in childhood that results in aberrant movement and postural patterns. To better understand the pathology and improve the rehabilitation of patients, this article comparatively studies the ankle short bones morphology with one of the state-of-the-art tools, ShapeWorks, and a deformation-based method. Experiments on a clinical dataset reveal calcaneus and talus deformity patterns, providing a guideline for clinical decisions.
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Yue Cheng, Rodolphe Bailly, Bhushan Borotikar, Claire Scavinner-Dorval, Benjamin Fouquet, Douraied Ben Salem, Sylvain Brochard, François Rousseau, "Morphological analysis of ankle shorts bones of children with cerebral palsy: a comparative study," Proc. SPIE 12464, Medical Imaging 2023: Image Processing, 124642H (3 April 2023); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2654006