Browsing by Author "Sermesant, Maxime"

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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 ...
  • Lluch Alvarez, Èric; De Craene, Mathieu; Bijnens, Bart; Sermesant, Maxime; Noailly, Jérôme; Camara, Oscar; Morales, Hernán G. (Springer, 2019)
    Cardiac modeling has recently emerged as a promising tool to study pathophysiology mechanisms and to predict treatment outcomes for personalized clinical decision support. Nevertheless, achieving convergence under large ...
  • Bijnens, Bart; Porras Pérez, Antonio Reyes; Alessandrini, Martino; De Craene, Mathieu; Duchateau, Nicolas; Sitges, Marta; Delingette, Hervé; Sermesant, Maxime; D'hooge, Jan; Frangi Caregnato, Alejandro; Piella Fenoy, Gemma (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2014)
    We propose a technique for myocardial motion estimation based on image registration using both B-mode echocardiographic images and tissue Doppler sequences acquired interleaved. The velocity field is modeled continuously ...
  • 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 ...
  • Lluch Alvarez, Èric; Doste, Rubén; Giffard-Roisin, Sophie; This, Alexandre; Sermesant, Maxime; Camara, Oscar; De Craene, Mathieu; Morales, Hernán G. (Springer, 2017)
    Finite element methods (FEM) are generally used in cardiac 3D-electromechanical modeling. For FEM modeling, a step of a suitable mesh construction is required, which is non-trivial and time-consuming for complex geometries. ...