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Computer aided diagnosis of the myocardial ischemia based on a spatio-temporal deformation features analysis

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5 Author(s)
Han, M. ; CREATIS INSA de Lyon, Villeurbanne, France ; Clarysse, P. ; Croisille, P. ; Magnin, I.E.
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The non-invasive measurement of the spatio-temporal deformation of the myocardium and its analysis are very useful for improving the clinical diagnosis of cardiac ischemic pathologies. Magnetic resonance tissue tagging is a privileged technique able to provide a spatio-temporal quantification of the myocardial contraction. Based on this technique, existing methods to estimate the deformation generally provide a great number of 3D spatio-temporal parameters that are often quite difficult to interpret. In this paper, we propose software tools to help clinicians to analyze these deformation parameters. We also propose a strategy for the automatic detection of dysfunctional regions using approximate reasoning. The results of this simple approach, illustrated through 5 examinations, are reasonable for large and moderate infarct sizes

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Computers in Cardiology 1998

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13-16 Sep 1998