BaIDPToolTrackingAnalysis

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Detection of interventional tools in moving images

Project type: klinisches Anwendungsprojekt (im Bachelor- oder Master-Nebenfach Medizin)
Advisor: Nassir Navab
Supervision by: Dr. Diana Mateus, Dr. Stefanie Demirci


Figure 1: Detection and visualisation of a catheter in an image guided neurological intervention


Figure 2: Influence of Frangi filter on background subtraction results

Project Description

Fluoroscopic images are used in intravascular guided interventions to help physicians steer the tools towards a desired location. Several algorithms have been developed in this group to target different clinical application sand settings. The goal of this project is to throughly analyze these methods and test different variations of post-/ and preprocessing schemes.

Tasks

  1. Detection and visualisation for static videos.
  2. Detection and visualisation for videos with larger image deformations.
  3. Quantitative Validation

Requirements

  • Good programming skills in MATLAB
  • Basic knowledge of image processing

Contact

If you are interested in the project or if you have any questions please contact Diana Mateus

References


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Title: Analysis of Tool Tracking Methods
Abstract: Fluoroscopic images are used in intravascular guided interventions to help physicians steer the tools towards a desired location. Several algorithms have been developed in this group to target different clinical application sand settings. The goal of this project is to throughly analyze these methods and test different variations of post-/ and preprocessing schemes.
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Director: Prof. Dr. Nassir Navab
Supervisor: Dr. Diana Mateus, Dr. Stefanie Demirci
Type: IDP/Klinisches Anwendungsprojekt
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Status: finished
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