Browsing by Author "Bernardino Perez, Gabriel"

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  • Doste, Rubén; Soto-Iglesias, David; Bernardino Perez, Gabriel; Sebastián Aguilar, Rafael, 1978-; Giffard-Roisin, Sophie; Cabrera-Lozoya, Rocío; Sermesant, Maxime; Berruezo Sánchez, Antonio; Sánchez-Quintana, Damián; Camara, Oscar (Springer, 2017)
    Myocardial fiber orientation determines the propagation of electrical waves in the heart and the contraction of cardiac tissue. One common approach for assigning fiber orientation to cardiac anatomi- cal models are ...
  • Giménez Mínguez, Paula; Bijnens, Bart; Bernardino Perez, Gabriel; Lluch Alvarez, Èric; Soveral, Iris; Gómez, Olga; García Cañadilla, Patricia, 1985- (Springer, 2017)
    Aortic coarctation is one of the most difficult cardiac defects to diagnose before birth, and it accounts for 8% of congenital heart diseases. Antenatal diagnosis is crucial for early treatment of the neonate and to decrease ...
  • Bernardino Perez, Gabriel; Butakoff, Constantine; Nuñez-Garcia, Marta; Sarvari, Sebastian Imre; Rodriguez López, Mérida; Crispi Brillas, Fàtima; González Ballester, Miguel Ángel, 1973-; De Craene, Mathieu; Bijnens, Bart (Springer, 2017)
    Many cardiac diseases are associated with changes in ventricular shape. However, in daily practice, the heart is mostly assessed by 2D echocardiography only. While 3D techniques are available, they are rarely used. In this ...
  • Doste, Rubén; Soto-Iglesias, David; Bernardino Perez, Gabriel; Alcaine, Alejandro; Sebastián Aguilar, Rafael, 1978-; Giffard-Roisin, Sophie; Sermesant, Maxime; Berruezo Sánchez, Antonio; Sánchez-Quintana, Damián; Camara, Oscar (Wiley, 2019)
    Rule-based methods are often used for assigning fiber orientation to cardiac anatomical models. However, existing methods have been developed using data mostly from the left ventricle. As a consequence, fiber information ...
  • Nuñez-Garcia, Marta; Bernardino Perez, Gabriel; Doste, Rubén; Zhao, Jichao; Camara, Oscar; Butakoff, Constantine (Springer, 2019)
    Two-dimensional standard representations of 3D anatomical structures are a simple and intuitive way for analysing patient information across populations and image modalities. They also allow convenient visualizations that ...