Atrial and ventricular myocardium extraction using model-based techniques. Pfeifer, B., Fischer, G., Hanser, F., Seger, M., Hintermuller, C., Modre-Osprian, R., Trieb, T., & Tilg, B. *Methods Inf Med*, 45(1):19--26, 2006. bibtex @Article{RSM:Pfe2006,
author = "B. Pfeifer and G. Fischer and F. Hanser and M. Seger
and C. Hintermuller and R. Modre-Osprian and T. Trieb
and B. Tilg",
title = "Atrial and ventricular myocardium extraction using
model-based techniques.",
journal = "Methods Inf Med",
year = "2006",
volume = "45",
number = "1",
pages = "19--26",
robnote = "This paper presents an efficient approach for
extracting myocardial structures from given atrial and
ventricular blood masses to enable non-invasive
estimation of electrical excitation in human atria and
ventricles. Based on given segmented atrial and
ventricular blood masses, the approach constructs the
myocardial structure directly, in the case that the
myocardium can be detected in the volume data, or by
using mean model information, in the case that the
myocardium cannot be seen in the volume data due to
image modalities or artefacts. The approach was tested
using eight patient data sets. The reconstruction
process yielded satisfying results with respect to an
efficient generation of a volume conductor model which
is essential when trying to implement the estimation of
electrical excitation in clinical application.",
bibdate = "Thu Mar 9 21:00:41 2006",
}

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