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MI 2016-01-20
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Automated liver segmentation from 3D MRI without parameter tuning for imaging condition
Yuto Masaki, Shunta Hirayama, Futoshi Yokota, Yoshito Otake (NAIST), Masatoshi Hori (Osaka Univ.), Toshiyuki Okada (Tsukuba Univ.), Noriyuki Tomiyama (Osaka Univ.), Yoshinobu Sato (NAIST) MI2015-114
The automated segmentation of liver from MRI is useful for computer-aided diagnosis system to liver fibrosis.
Several p... [more]
MI 2013-07-18
Miyagi   Automated Pelvis and Femur Segmentation of Diseased Hip CT Using Hierarchical and Conditional Statistical Shape Models -- Refinement Using Graph-cut --
Futoshi Yokota (Kobe Univ.), Toshiyuki Okada, Masaki Takao, Nobuhiko Sugano (Osaka Univ.), Yukio Tada (Kobe Univ.), Noriyuki Tomiyama, Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) MI2013-25
Segmentation of the diseased hip is a prerequisite for patient-specific simulation for hip surgery.
Accurate boundary d... [more]
PRMU, MI, IE 2013-05-24
Aichi   Segmentation of Acetabular Cartilage in CT Arthrography using Probabilistic Atlas Spatially Normalized by Pelvic Shape
Pooneh R.Tabrizi, Reza A.Zoroofi (Univ. of Tehran), Futoshi Yokota (Kobe Univ.), Toshiyuki Okada (Osaka Univ.), Yuki Nakanishi (Kobe Univ.), Satoru Tamura, Takashi Nishii, Hideki Yoshikawa, Noriyuki Tomiyama, Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) IE2013-14 PRMU2013-7 MI2013-7
In this paper, we proposed a new hybrid algorithm to segment acetabular cartilage in the hip joint. This statistical and... [more] IE2013-14 PRMU2013-7 MI2013-7
MI 2013-01-24
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Automated segmentation of the upper digestive tract from abdominal contrast-enhanced CT data using hierarchical statistical modeling of organ inter-relations
Shunta Hirayama, Toshiyuki Okada, Masatoshi Hori, Noriyuki Tomiyama, Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) MI2012-91
We have studied the automatic segmentation of multi-organ region from abdominal CT images ever. In previous work, we hav... [more] MI2012-91
PRMU, MI, IE 2012-05-17
Aichi   An experimental study for automated training datasets generation in automated 3D planning in total hip arthroplasty
Yuki Nakanishi (Kobe Univ.), Yoshiyuki Kagiyama (Univ. of Yamanashi), Itaru Otomaru, Futoshi Yokota (Kobe Univ.), Masahiko Nakamoto, Masaki Takao, Nobuhiko Sugano (Osaka Univ.), Yukio Tada (Kobe Univ.), Noriyuki Tomiyama, Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) IE2012-24 PRMU2012-9 MI2012-9
In this paper, we describe methods for automated bone segmentation and THA planning. The automated planning is formulate... [more] IE2012-24 PRMU2012-9 MI2012-9
MI 2012-01-19
Okinawa   Automated lung lobe segmentation from 3D chest CT images based on fissure enhancement and lobulation stastical shape model
Naomi Matsuo, Toshiyuki Okada, Shodayu Takashima, Noriyuki Tomiyama, Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) MI2011-112
Understanding shape of lobulation is necessary for diagnosis and planning for limited surgery of lung cancer, but it is ... [more] MI2011-112
MI 2012-01-19
Okinawa   Abdominal multi-organ segmentation of 3D CT images based on hierarchical statistical modeling of spatial interrelations among organs -- Performance evaluation based on exhaustive analysis of spatial interrelations --
Toshiyuki Okada (Osaka Univ.), Marius George Linguraru (Children's National Medical Center), Masatoshi Hori, Yuki Suzuki (Osaka Univ.), Ronald M. Summers (National Institutes of Health), Noriyuki Tomiyama, Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) MI2011-113
The automated segmentation of multiple organs in CT data of the upper abdomen is addressed. In order to explicitly incor... [more] MI2011-113
MI 2010-09-03
Saitama   Construction of statistical atlas in root of hepatic vascular and apply for automatic vessel identification
Motoi Kinishi (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Toshiyuki Okada, Masatoshi Hori (Osaka Univ.), Yen-Wei Chen (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Noriyuki Tomiyama, Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) MI2010-64
It is important to classify vessels extracted in range of liver into the portal vein, hepatic vein or hepatic artery. So... [more] MI2010-64
MI 2010-01-28
Okinawa Naha-Bunka-Tenbusu Expertise Modeling for Automated Preopeartive Planning in Total Hip Arthroplasty -- Automated Search Procedure Taking into Account of Statistical Compatibility of Cup and Balance of Multiple Criteria of Hip Joint Function --
Kazuto Kobayashi, Itaru Otomaru, Futoshi Yokota (Kobe Univ.), Toshiyuki Okada, Yoshiyuki Kagiyama, Masahiko Nakamoto, Masaki Takao, Nobuhiko Sugano (Osaka Univ.), Yukio Tada (Kobe Univ.), Yoshinobu Sato (Osaka Univ.) MI2009-103
This paper describes an automated preoperative planning method for total hip arthroplasty. Preoperative plans are obtain... [more] MI2009-103
MI 2007-01-27
Overseas the Cheju National Univ. Preliminary study on the construction of conditional statistical atlas of the liver based on surrounding structures -- Comparison between the method based on non-rigid registration and statistical method --
Keita Yokota, Toshiyuki Okada, Masahiko Nakamoto, Yoshinobu Sato, Masatoshi Hori (Osaka Univ.), Tomoki Asaka, Yen-Wei Chen (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Hironobu Nakamura, Shinichi Tamura (Osaka Univ.)
The use of constraints of surrounding structures on organ shape and location is desirable in construction of statistical... [more] MI2006-171
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