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One Mesh To Rule Them All: Registration-Based Personalized Cardiac Flow Simulations

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Abstract

The simulation of cardiac blood flow using patient-specific geometries can help for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac diseases. Current patient-specific cardiac flow simulations requires a significant amount of human expertise and time to pre-process image data and obtain a case ready for simulations. A new procedure is proposed to alleviate this pre-processing by registering a unique generic mesh on patient-specific cardiac segmentations and transferring appropriately the spatiotemporal dynamics of the ventricle. The method is applied on real patient data acquired from 3D ultrasound imaging. Both a healthy and a pathological conditions are simulated. The resulting simulations exhibited physiological flow behavior in cardiac cavities. The experiments confirm a significant reduction in pre-processing work.
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hal-01512309 , version 1 (22-04-2017)

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Alexandre A This, Ludovic Boilevin-Kayl, Hernán G Morales, Odile Bonnefous, Pascal A Allain, et al.. One Mesh To Rule Them All: Registration-Based Personalized Cardiac Flow Simulations. FIMH 2017 - 9th international conference on Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart., Pop M and Wright G, Jun 2017, Toronto, Canada. ⟨hal-01512309⟩
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