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26 Gerig, Guido4D active cut: an interactive tool for pathological anatomy modeling4D pathological anatomy modeling is key to understanding complex pathological brain images. It is a challenging problem due to the difficulties in detecting multiple appearing and disappearing lesions across time points and estimating dynamic changes and deformations between them. We propose a novel...2014-01-01
27 Gerig, GuidoA joint framework for 4D segmentation and estimation of smooth temporal appearance changesMedical imaging studies increasingly use longitudinal images of individual subjects in order to follow-up changes due to development, degeneration, disease progression or efficacy of therapeutic intervention. Repeated image data of individuals are highly correlated, and the strong causality of infor...2014-01-01
28 Gerig, GuidoDTIPrep: quality control of diffusion-weighted imagesIn the last decade, diffusion MRI (dMRI) studies of the human and animal brain have been used to investigate a multitude of pathologies and drug-related effects in neuroscience research. Study after study identifies white matter (WM) degeneration as a crucial biomaker for all these diseases. The too...2014-01-01
29 Gerig, GuidoDTI quality control assessment via error estimation from monte carlo simulationsDiffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) is currently the state of the art method for characterizing the microscopic tissue structure of white matter in normal or diseased brain in vivo. DTI is estimated from a series of Diffusion Weighted Imaging (DWI) volumes. DWIs suffer from a number of artifacts which ma...2013-01-01
30 Gerig, GuidoParametric regression scheme for distributions: analysis of DTI fiber tract diffusion changes in early Brain DevelopmentTemporal modeling frameworks often operate on scalar variables by summarizing data at initial stages as statistical summaries of the underlying distributions. For instance, DTI analysis often employs summary statistics, like mean, for regions of interest and properties along fiber tracts for populat...2014-01-01
31 Gerig, GuidoCharacterizing growth patterns in longitudinal MRI using image contrastUnderstanding the growth patterns of the early brain is crucial to the study of neuro-development. In the early stages of brain growth, a rapid sequence of biophysical and chemical processes take place. A crucial component of these processes, known as myelination, consists of the formation of a myel...2014-01-01
32 Sanderson, Allen ReedAn alternative formulation of lyapunov exponents for computing lagrangian coherent structuresLagrangian coherent structures are time-evolving surfaces that highlight areas in flow fields where neighboring advected particles diverge or converge. The detection and understanding of such structures is an important part of many applications such as in oceanography where there is a need to predic...2014-01-01
33 Anderson, Erik WesleyDiscovering and visualizing patterns in EEG dataBrain activity data is often collected through the use of electroen-cephalography (EEG). In this data acquisition modality, the electric fields generated by neurons are measured at the scalp. Although this technology is capable of measuring activity from a group of neurons, recent efforts provide ev...2013-01-01
34 Harris, Michael D.Correlations between the alpha angle and femoral head asphericity: Implications and recommendations for the diagnosis of cam femoroacetabular impingementObjective: To determine the strength of common radiographic and radial CT views for measuring true femoral head asphericity. Patients and Methods: In 15 patients with cam femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and 15 controls, alpha angles were measured by two observers using radial CT (0º, 30º, 60º,...2014-01-01
35 Gerig, GuidoMulti-atlas segmentation of subcortical brain structures via the AutoSeg software pipelineAutomated segmenting and labeling of individual brain anatomical regions, in MRI are challenging, due to the issue of individual structural variability. Although atlas-based segmentation has show its potential for both tissue and structure segmentation, due to the inherent natural variability as wel...2014-01-01
36 Farrell, Timothy W.Organizational culture associated with provider satisfactionBackground: Organizational culture is key to the successful implementation of major improvement strategies. Transformation to a patient-centered medical home (PCHM) is such an improvement strategy, requiring a shift from provider-centric care to team-based care. Because this shift may impact provide...2014-01-01
37 Gerig, GuidoGeodesic image regression with a sparse parameterization of diffeomorphismsImage regression allows for time-discrete imaging data to be modeled continuously, and is a crucial tool for conducting statistical analysis on longitudinal images. Geodesic models are particularly well suited for statistical analysis, as image evolution is fully characterized by a baseline image an...2013-01-01
38 Gerig, Guido4D modeling of infant brain growth in Down's Syndrome and controls from longitudinal MRIModeling of early brain growth trajectories from longitudinal MRI will provide new insight into neurodevelopmental characteristics, timing and type of changes in neurological disorders from controls. In addition to an ongoing large-scale infant autism neuroimaging study 1, we recruited 4 infants wit...2014-01-01
39 Gerig, GuidoMultivariate Modeling of longitudinal MRI in early brain development with confidence measuresThe human brain undergoes rapid organization and structuring early in life. Longitudinal imaging enables the study of these changes over a developmental period within individuals through estimation of population growth trajectory and its variability. In this paper, we focus on maturation of white an...2013-01-01
40 Gerig, GuidoToward a comprehensive framework for the spatiotemporal statistical analysis of longitudinal shape dataThis paper proposes an original approach for the statistical analysis of longitudinal shape data. The proposed method allows the characterization of typical growth patterns and subject-specific shape changes in repeated time-series observations of several subjects. This can be seen as the extension ...2013-01-01
41 Gerig, GuidoNormative modeling of early brain maturation from longitudinal DTI reveals twin-singleton differencesEarly brain development of white matter is characterized by rapid organization and structuring. Magnetic Resonance diffusion tensor imaging (MR-DTI) provides the possibility of capturing these changes non-invasively by following individuals longitudinally in order to better understand departures fro...2014-01-01
42 Gerig, GuidoGeodesic shape regression in the framework of currentsShape regression is emerging as an important tool for the statistical analysis of time dependent shapes. In this paper, we develop a new generative model which describes shape change over time, by extending simple linear regression to the space of shapes represented as currents in the large deformat...2013-01-01
43 Gerig, GuidoSemi-automated application for kidney motion correction and filtration analysis in MR renographyAltered renal function commonly affects patients with cirrhosis, a consequence of chronic liver disease. From lowdose contrast material-enhanced magnetic resonance (MR) renography, we can estimate the Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR), an important parameter to assess renal function. Two-dimensional ...2014-01-01
44 Gerig, Guido3D of brain shape and volume after cranial vault remodeling surgery for craniosynostosis correction in infantsThe skull of young children is made up of bony plates that enable growth. Craniosynostosis is a birth defect that causes one or more sutures on an infant's skull to close prematurely. Corrective surgery focuses on cranial and orbital rim shaping to return the skull to a more normal shape. Functional...2013-01-01
45 Dannhauer, MoritzVisualizing simulated electrical fields from electroencephalography and transcranial electric brain stimulation: a comparative evaluationElectrical activity of neuronal populations is a crucial aspect of brain activity. This activity is not measured directly but recorded as electrical potential changes using head surface electrodes (electroencephalogram - EEG). Head surface electrodes can also be deployed to inject electrical current...2014-01-01
46 Planelles, VicenteAn HIV-encoded antisense long non-coding RNA epigenetically regulates viral transcriptionThe abundance of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) and their wide range of functional roles in human cells are fast becoming realized. Importantly, lncRNAs have been identified as epigenetic modulators and consequently play a pivotal role in the regulation of gene expression. A human immunodeficiency v...2014-01-01
47 Awate, Suyash PrakashMultiatlas segmentation as nonparametric regressionThis paper proposes a novel theoretical framework to model and analyze the statistical characteristics of a wide range of segmentation methods that incorporate a database of label maps or atlases; such methods are termed as label fusion or multiatlas segmentation.We model these multiatlas segmentati...2014-01-01
48 Gerig, GuidoUNC-Utah NA-MIC framework for DTI fiber tract analysisDiffusion tensor imaging has become an important modality in field of neuroimaging to capture changes in micro-organization and to assess white matter integrity or development While there exists a number of tractography toolsets, these usually lack tools for preprocessing or to analyze diffusion pro...2014-01-01
49 Brown, Francis HaroldOn the environment of Aramis a comment on White in Domínguez-RodrigoDepartment of Geology, University of Utah, 115 South 1460 East, Room 383 Sutton Building, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112, U.S.A. (Cerling and Brown) (thure.cerling@utah.edu)/ Department of Geology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 33620, U.S.A. (Wynn). This paper was submitted 9 I 14 and acce...2014-01-01
50 Wunderlich, Adam JamesA nonparametric procedure for comparing the areas under correlated LROC curvesIn contrast to the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) assessment paradigm, localization ROC (LROC) analysis provides a means to jointly assess the accuracy of localization and detection in an observer study. In a typical multireader, multicase (MRMC) evaluation, the data sets are paired so that...2012-01-01
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