Tumor-induced structural radiometric asymmetry in brain images

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Creator Gerig, Guido
Other Author Lorenzen, Peter; Joshi, Sarang; Bullitt, Elizabeth
Title Tumor-induced structural radiometric asymmetry in brain images
Date 2001-01-01
Description This paper presents a general framework for analyzing structural and radiometric asymmetry in brain images. In a healthy brain, the left and right hemispheres are largely symmetric across the mid-sagittal plane. Brain tumors may belong to one or both of the following categories: mass-effect, in which the diseased tissue displaces healthy tissue; and infiltrating, in which healthy tissue has become dis structural asymmetry by displacing healthy tissue, and may cause radiometric asymmetry in adjacent normal structures due to edema. Infiltrating tumors have a different radiometric response from healthy tissue. Thus, structural and radiometric asymmetries across the mid-sagittal plane in bruin images provide important cues that tumors may be present. We have developed a framework that registers images with their reflections across the mid-sagittal plane. The registration process accounts for tissue displacement through large deformation image warping. Radiometric differences are taken into account through an additive intensity field. We present an efficient multi-scale algorithm for the joint estimation of structural and radiometric asymmetry.
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Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
First Page 163
Last Page 170
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Lorenzen, P., Joshi, S., Gerig, G., & Bullitt, E. (2001). Tumor-induced structural radiometric asymmetry in brain images. Workshop on Mathematical Methods in Biomedical Image Analysis (MMBIA), 163-70.
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