Joint segmentation and groupwise registration of cardiac perfusion images using temporal information

Journal of Digital Imaging
Dwarikanath Mahapatra

Abstract

We propose a joint segmentation and groupwise registration method for dynamic cardiac perfusion images that uses temporal information. The nature of perfusion images makes groupwise registration especially attractive as the temporal information from the entire image sequence can be used. Registration aims to maximize the smoothness of the intensity signal while segmentation minimizes a pixel's dissimilarity with other pixels having the same segmentation label. The cost function is optimized in an iterative fashion using B-splines. Tests on real patient datasets show that compared with two other methods, our method shows lower registration error and higher segmentation accuracy. This is attributed to the use of temporal information for groupwise registration and mutual complementary registration and segmentation information in one framework while other methods solve the two problems separately.

References

Jan 29, 2013·Journal of Digital Imaging·Dwarikanath Mahapatra
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Jan 10, 2016·Medical Physics·Zhoubo LiCynthia H McCollough
Jun 5, 2014·Journal of Digital Imaging·Dwarikanath Mahapatra
Jan 16, 2013·Journal of Digital Imaging·Dwarikanath Mahapatra

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