MRI based Visualization and Analysis for Ortopaedics and Cardiology

Project start:2003
Funding: Philips Healthcare 
Contact: Eduard Gröller, Maurice Termeer, Matej Mlejnek

General Information

The project aims to explore the possibilities of MRI visualization techniques, e.g., for cardiology and orthopaedics, due to similarity in their interests, and to develop a patient-friendly, effective screening tool. The work concentrates on identifying the specific application areas, e.g. diagnostic investigation of Crohn's disease or coronary artery disease, and improving still ineffective analysis steps of the visualization pipeline, such as data enhancement, mapping to visual properties, etc.

Publications

Visualization of Myocardial Perfusion Derived from Coronary Anatomy
Maurice Termeer, Javier Oliván Bescós, Marcel Breeuwer, Anna Vilanova, Frans Gerritsen, Meister Eduard Gröller, Eike Nagel.
In proceedings of Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, issue 14, volume 6, pages 1595-1602, 2008.
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CoViCAD: Comprehensive Visualization of Coronary Artery Disease
Maurice Termeer, Javier Oliván Bescós, Marcel Breeuwer, Anna Vilanova, Frans Gerritsen, Meister Eduard Gröller.
In proceedings of Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, issue 13, volume 6, pages 1632-1639, 2007.
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Application-Oriented Extensions of Profile Flags
Matej Mlejnek, Pierre Ermes, Anna Vilanova, Rob van der Rijt, Harrie van den Bosch, Frans Gerritsen, Meister Eduard Gröller.
In proceedings of EuroVis 2006, pp. 339-346.
Lisbon, Portugal
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Profile Flags: a Novel Metaphor for Probing of T2 Maps
Matej Mlejnek, Pierre Ermes, Anna Vilanova, Rob van der Rijt, Harrie van den Bosch, Frans Gerritsen, Meister Eduard Gröller.
In proceedings of IEEE Visualization 2005, pp. 599-606.
Minneapolis, USA
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Interactive Thickness Visualization of Articular Cartilage
Matej Mlejnek, Anna Vilanova, Meister Eduard Gröller.
In proceedings of IEEE Visualization 2004, pp. 521-527.
Austin, USA
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