VTrails: Inferring Vessels with Geodesic Connectivity Trees

8 Jun 2018Stefano MoriconiMaria A. ZuluagaH. Rolf JägerParashkev NachevSébastien OurselinM. Jorge Cardoso

The analysis of vessel morphology and connectivity has an impact on a number of cardiovascular and neurovascular applications by providing patient-specific high-level quantitative features such as spatial location, direction and scale. In this paper we present an end-to-end approach to extract an acyclic vascular tree from angiographic data by solving a connectivity-enforcing anisotropic fast marching over a voxel-wise tensor field representing the orientation of the underlying vascular tree... (read more)

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