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Le coeur numérique personnalisé

Abstract : During the last past years, significant progress in Medical Image Analysis, in biomathematics and biophysics have led to development of the first personalized digital cardiac models. These digital models are personalized which means they can reproduce the anatomy and physiology of specific patients. They allow the quantitative analysis of the organ function and the simulation of some therapies to evaluate their expected benefit. In this article we describe some recent research work done on these topics in our project team Asclepios at Inria, in collaboration with other Inria teams (Macs, Reo, Sisyphe) and external academic, clinical and industrial partners. If a number of challenges in mathematics and informatics still have to be solved before such personalized digital cardiac models can be used in current clinical practice, these first results announce a new generation of tools in digital medicine which can contribute more widely to a more preventive and more predictive personalized medicine.
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Nicholas Ayache, Hervé Delingette, Maxime Sermesant. Le coeur numérique personnalisé. Bulletin de l'Académie Nationale de Médecine, Elsevier Masson, 2011, 195 (8). ⟨hal-00813793⟩



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