Transesophageal 2D ultrasound to 3D computed tomography registration for the guidance of a cardiac arrhythmia therapy

Abstract : The work aims at developing a new image-processing method to improve the guidance of transesophageal HIFU atrial fibrillation therapy. Our proposal is a novel registration approach that aligns intraoperative 2D ultrasound with preoperative 3D-CT information. This approach takes advantage of the anatomical constraints imposed at the transesophageal HIFU probe to simplify the registration process. Our proposed method has been evaluated on a physical phantom and on real clinical data.
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Zulma Sandoval, Miguel Castro, Javad Alirezaie, Francis Bessière, Cyril Lafon, et al.. Transesophageal 2D ultrasound to 3D computed tomography registration for the guidance of a cardiac arrhythmia therapy. Physics in Medicine and Biology, IOP Publishing, 2018, 63 (15), pp.155007. 〈10.1088/1361-6560/aad29a〉. 〈inserm-01854596v1〉

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