Euclidean geodesic loops on high-genus surfaces applied to the morphometry of vestibular systems
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摘要This paper proposes a novel algorithm to extract feature landmarks on the vestibular system (VS), for the analysis of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) disease. AIS is a 3-D spinal deformity commonly occurred in adolescent girls with unclear etiology. One popular hypothesis was suggested to be the structural changes in the VS that induce the disturbed balance perception, and further cause the spinal deformity. The morphometry of VS to study the geometric differences between the healthy and AIS groups is of utmost importance. However, the VS is a genus-3 structure situated in the inner ear. The high-genus topology of the surface poses great challenge for shape analysis. In this work, we present a new method to compute exact geodesic loops on the VS. The resultant geodesic loops are in Euclidean metric, thus characterizing the intrinsic geometric properties of the VS based on the real background geometry. This leads to more accurate results than existing methods, such as the hyperbolic Ricci flow method [13]. Furthermore, our method is fully automatic and highly efficient, e.g., one order of magnitude faster than [13]. We applied our algorithm to the VS of normal and AIS subjects. The promising experimental results demonstrate the efficacy of our method and reveal more statistically significant shape difference in the VS between right-thoracic AIS and normal subjects. © 2011 Springer-Verlag.
著者Xin S.-Q., He Y., Fu C.-W., Wang D., Lin S., Chu W.C.W., Cheng J.C.Y., Gu X., Lui L.M.
會議名稱14th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention, MICCAI 2011
會議開始日18.09.2011
會議完結日22.09.2011
會議地點Toronto, ON
會議國家/地區加拿大
出版年份2011
月份10
日期11
卷號6892 LNCS
期次PART 2
出版社Springer Verlag
出版地Germany
頁次384 - 392
國際標準期刊號0302-9743
語言英式英語

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