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Virtual reality (VR) training simulators of liver needle insertion in the hepatic area of breathing virtual patients often need 4D image data acquisitions as a prerequisite. Here, first a population-based breathing virtual patient 4D atlas is built and second the requirement of a dose-relevant or expensive acquisition of a 4D CT or MRI data set for a new patient can be mitigated by warping the mean atlas motion. The breakthrough contribution of this work is the construction and reuse of population-based, learned 4D motion models.
|Title of host publication
|Medical Imaging 2018: Image Processing
|Number of pages
|1057417-1 - 1057417-7
|Published - 15.03.2018
|SPIE Medical Imaging 2018
- Marriott Marquis Houston, Houston, United States
Duration: 10.02.2018 → 15.02.2018
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Patient-specific 4D Virtual Reality Simulation of Punctures and Radiofrequency Ablations in Breathing Virtual Body Models
Handels, H. & Mastmeyer, A.
01.04.10 → 31.03.18
Project: DFG Projects › DFG Individual Projects