Extraction de Courbes et Surfaces par Methodes de Chemins Minimaux et Ensembles de Niveaux. Applications en Imagerie Medicale 3D

Abstract : In this thesis, we focus on the use of minimal path techniques and Level-Sets active contours, for curve and shape extraction in 3D medical images. In the first part of thesis, we worked upon the reduction of the computing cost for path extraction. We proposed several path extraction algorithms for 2D as well as for 3D images. And we applied those techniques to real medical imaging problems, in particular automatic path extraction for virtual endoscopy and interactive and real-time path extraction with on-the-fly training. In the second part, we focused on surface extraction. We developed a fast algorithm for pre-segmentation, on the basis of the minimal path formalism of the first part. We designed a collaborative method between this algorithm and a Level-Sets formulation of the problem, which advantage is to be able to handle any topological change of the surfaces segmented. This method was tested on different segmentation problems, such as brain aneurysms and colon polyps, where target is accuracy of the segmentation, and enhanced visualization of the pathologies. In the last part of the thesis, we mixed results from previous part to design a specific method for tubular shape description and segmentation, where description is the extraction of the underlying skeleton of our objects. The skeletons are trajectories inside our objects, which are used as well for virtual inspection of pathologies, as for accurate definition of cross-sections of our tubular objects. In the last chapter we show applications of our algorithms to the extraction of branching structures. We study the vascular tree extraction in contrast enhanced medical images, and we apply the same principle to the more complex problem of the bronchial tree extraction in multi-slice CT scanners of the lungs.
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Thomas Deschamps. Extraction de Courbes et Surfaces par Methodes de Chemins Minimaux et Ensembles de Niveaux. Applications en Imagerie Medicale 3D. Mathematics [math]. Université Paris Dauphine - Paris IX, 2001. English. ⟨tel-00003335⟩

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