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Challenge on Endocardial Three-dimensional Ultrasound Segmentation (CETUS)
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Real-time 3D echocardiography has already been shown to be an accurate tool for left ventricular (LV) volume assessment. However, LV border identification remains a challenging task, mainly because of the low contrast of the images combined with drop-out [...]

Dose Painting with a Variable Collimator for the Small Animal Radiation Research Platform (SARRP)
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The goal of radiation treatment is to irradiate cancer cells (i.e., a target region) without destroying adjacent healthy tissue. Thus, it is advantageous to form the beam so that it best approximates the target, thereby reducing the amount of dose absorbed in [...]

Deformable Registration with Discontinuity Preservation using Multi-Scale MRF
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Deformable (2D or 3D) medical image registration is a challenging problem. Existing approaches assume that the underlying deformation is smooth. This smoothness assumption allows for solving the deformable registration at a coarse resolution and interpolate [...]

Brain Tumor Progression Modeling - A Data Driven Approach
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Malignant gliomas are highly heterogeneous brain tumors with complex an- isotropic growth patterns and occult invasion. Computational modeling of cell migration and proliferation has been subject of intensive research aiming at a deeper understanding of the [...]

On the Importance of Location and Features for the Patch-Based Segmentation of Parotid Glands
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The segmentation of parotid glands in CT scans of patients with head and neck cancer is an essential part of treatment planning. We introduce a new method for the automatic segmentation of parotid glands that extends existing patch-based approaches in three [...]

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