Multimodal image fusion of anatomical structures for diagnosis, therapy planning and assistance
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This paper provides an overview of work done in recent years by our research group to fuse multimodal images of the trunk of patients with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) treated at Sainte-Justine University Hospital Center (CHU). We first describe our surface acquisition system and introduce a set of clinical measurements (indices) based on the trunk's external shape, to quantify its degree of asymmetry. We then describe our 3D reconstruction system of the spine and rib cage from biplanar radiographs and present our methodology for multimodal fusion of MRI, X-ray and external surface images of the trunk We finally present a physical model of the human trunk including bone and soft tissue for the simulation of the surgical outcome on the external trunk shape in AIS.
Cheriet F. Multimodal image fusion of anatomical structures for diagnosis, therapy planning and assistance. Dans: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Signal Processing and their Applications (WoSSPA), 8th International Workshop on System; 12 au 15 mai 2013; Algers, Algérie. Piscataway, NJ : IEEE; 2013. p.31-36.