Fusion Of 3D QCA And IVUS/OCT

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Clinical Utility of multiple imaging modalities

larger than QCA but smaller than IVUS (IVUS > OCT = real value > QCA) Coregistration of OCT/IVUS and angiogram might be optimal for sizing of the vessel In plaque characterization, OCT and IVUS(VH) is complementary and the fusion of two modalities might enhance understanding of plaque characteristics (Plaque burden + cap thickness

Machine Learning in Precision Medicine Coronary Health Prediction

3D morphologic analysis difficult in IVUS data More art than science Inherently n-D, optimal methods with JEI capabilities (LOGISMOS+JEI) Establishing baseline/follow-up correspondence, deriving vessel geometry 2-view X-ray angiofor vessel shape, data fusion with IVUS

Cardiovascular Imaging 2011 in the International Journal of

et al. [6] about the fusion of 3D QCA and IVUS/OCT. They have developed and validated a novel fusion technique based on the 3D QCA from either mono- or biplane angiographic views and the registration with IVUS or OCT pullback sequences. This new and fast approach allows the interventional cardiologist with

Together, Redefine Intervention

3D-QCA* features reconstructions of stenotic coronary arteries and allows quantitative cross-sectional information to be displayed. This off ers automatic contour detection, single-segment analysis, and bifurcation analysis. QCA* features automatic contour detection and analysis of the area of interest.

In Vivo flow simulation after implantation of BRS in coronary

IVUS OCT Fusion Tree Model = OCT (main vessel) + 3D QCA (side branches) Li et al. JACC 2015, 66:125-35 Bended oct 3D QCA Segmented by QCU-CMS fusion.


C. 2D and 3D Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Light intensity analysis Light attenuation analysis Light backscattering analysis Tissue characterization Ultrafast OCT D. Photo-acoustic imaging E. Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) A. Angiography core lab (Coronary and Peripheral) 2D and 3D QCA measurements

Imperial College of London, United Kingdom

3D Angiography + CFD + TIMI Frame Count Papafaklis, P.W. Serruys Tu S 3D Angiography or 2D Angiography + Lance Gould ≠ CFD 3D Bifurcation QCA CFD Finite Elements Navier-Stokes Non-Newtonian Pulsatile Shear-stress microenvironment (fusion OCT/IVUS and angiography).

Biomechanical Assessment of Fully Bioresorbable Devices

3. Tu S, Holm NR, Koning G, et al. Fusion of 3D QCA and IVUS/OCT. Int J Cardiovasc Imaging 2011;27:197 207. Key Words: bioresorbable scaffolds-optical coherence tomography-3-D wall shear stress. JACC: CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTIONS, VOL. 6, NO. 7, 2013 Gogas et al. JULY 2013:760 1 Biomechanics of Bioresorbable Devices 761

Fusion of 3D QCA and IVUS/OCT - Springer

Fusion of 3D QCA and IVUS/OCT Shengxian Tu Niels R. Holm Gerhard Koning Zheng Huang Johan H. C. Reiber Received: 12 January 2011/Accepted: 13 January 2011/Published online: 25 January 2011 The Author(s) 2011. This article is published with open access at Springerlink.com Abstract The combination/fusion of quantitative