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Generation of 3D canonical anatomical models: An experience on carpal bones

Banerjee, I., Laga, H.ORCID: 0000-0002-4758-7510, Patanè, G., Kurtek, S., Srivastava, A. and Spagnuolo, M. (2015) Generation of 3D canonical anatomical models: An experience on carpal bones. In: Murino, V., Puppo, E., Sona, D., Cristani, M. and Sansone, C., (eds.) New Trends in Image Analysis and Processing -- ICIAP 2015 Workshops. Springer International Publishing, pp. 167-174.

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The paper discusses the initial results obtained for the generation of canonical 3D models of anatomical parts, built on real patient data. 3D canonical models of anatomy are key elements in a computer-assisted diagnosis; for instance, they can support pathology detection, semantic annotation of patient-specific 3D reconstructions, quantification of pathological markers. Our approach is focused on carpal bones and on the elastic analysis of 3D reconstructions of these bones, which are segmented from MRI scans, represented as 0-genus triangle meshes, and parameterized on the sphere. The original method [8] relies on a set of sparse correspondences, defined as matching vertices. For medical applications, it is desirable to constrain the mean shape generation to set-up the correspondences among a larger set of anatomical landmarks, including vertices, lines, and areas. Preliminary results are discussed and future development directions are sketched.

Item Type: Book Chapter
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Copyright: 2015 Springer International Publishing Switzerland
Other Information: Book Subtitle: ICIAP 2015 International Workshops, BioFor, CTMR, RHEUMA, ISCA, MADiMa, SBMI, and QoEM, Genoa, Italy, September 7-8, 2015, Proceedings Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 9281
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