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MI, MICT [detail] 2019-11-05
15:30
Ibaraki Univ. of Tsukuba Preliminary study on coordinate system setting for videofluorography using template matching
Naoyuki Kurita, Ayano Fujinaka (Univ. of Tsukuba), Kojirou Mekata (KRCH), Hotaka Takizawa, Hiroyuki Kudo (Univ. of Tsukuba) MICT2019-35 MI2019-62
 [more] MICT2019-35 MI2019-62
pp.51-52
PRMU 2019-10-19
10:30
Tokyo   Segmentation of Intervertebral Disks from Videofluorography by Optimization of Multi Channelization and CNN
Ayano Fujinaka (Univ. of Tsukuba), Kojiro Mekata (Kobe Red Cross Hospi.), Hotaka Takizawa, Hiroyuki Kudo (Univ. of Tsukuba) PRMU2019-43
In this report, we propose a segmentation method of cervical intervertebral disks (IDs) in Videofluorography (VF) based ... [more] PRMU2019-43
pp.65-66
MI 2019-07-06
11:30
Hokkaido Future Univ. Hakodate Improvement of tracking of hyoid bones in videofluorography by use of SVM
Shunpei Yaita, Ayano Fujinaka (Univ. of Tsukuba), Kojiro Mekata (KRCH), Hotaka Takizawa, Hiroyuki Kudo (Univ. of Tsukuba) MI2019-29
In this report, we proposed the improved method of tracking of hyoid bones in videofluorography (VF). First, the candida... [more] MI2019-29
pp.41-42
MICT, MI 2018-11-06
11:20
Hyogo University of Hyogo Accuracy evaluation of discrimination of cervical spine disorders based on the transition of cervical lordosises
Kojiro Mekata, Hotaka Takizawa (Univ of Tsukuba), Jun Matsubayashi (Kyoto Univ), Tomoyuki Takigawa (Okayama Univ), Kazukiyo Toda, Yasuo Ito (KRCH), Hiroyuki Kudo (Univ of Tsukuba) MICT2018-44 MI2018-44
We focused on the motion of cervical spines in videofluorography, and revealed that the physiological lordosises were re... [more] MICT2018-44 MI2018-44
pp.33-34
MI 2018-09-28
10:35
Tokyo Tokyo Women's Medical University Preliminary study on extraction of intervertebral disks from videofluorographic images with convolutional neural network
Ayano Fujinaka, Yuuki Saito (Univ. of Tsukuba), Kojiro Mekata (Kobe Red Cross Hospi.), Hotaka Takizawa, Hiroyuki Kudo (Univ. of Tsukuba) MI2018-32
This study aims to extract intervertebral disks of cervical vertebras from videofluorographic images in order to elucida... [more] MI2018-32
pp.1-2
MI 2017-09-25
13:00
Chiba Chiba Univ. Preliminary study on extraction of intervertebral disks from VF images by use of SVR
Yuki Saito (Univ. of Tsukuba), Kojiro Mekata (Univ. of Tsukuba/Kobe R. C. Hospital), Hotaka Takizawa, Hiroyuki Kudo (Univ. of Tsukuba) MI2017-40
It is necessary to analyze the movement of cervical structures for the clarification of mechanism of dysphagia. We propo... [more] MI2017-40
pp.9-10
MI, MICT 2016-09-16
10:40
Tokyo Koganei Campus, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology A preliminary study on template-matching-based tracking of cervical spine in videofluorography during swallowing
Kojiro Mekata, Hotaka Takizawa (Tsukuba Univ.), Jun Matsubayashi (Kyoto Univ.), Tomoyuki Takigawa (Okayama Univ.), Kazukiyo Toda, Yasuo Ito (KRCH), Hiroyuki Kudo (Tsukuba Univ.) MICT2016-37 MI2016-51
Our previous study revealed that the physiological lordosis of cervical spine was reduced during normal swallowing in vi... [more] MICT2016-37 MI2016-51
pp.17-18
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