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Image and physiological data fusion for cardiac biophysical modelling

Presented by: 
K Rhode King's College London
Date: 
Thursday 23rd July 2009 - 15:00 to 15:15
Venue: 
INI Seminar Room 1
Session Title: 
Human Translation
Session Chair: 
Nic Smith
Abstract: 
Personalisation of cardiac models can be achieved using a combination of imaging and physiologiocal data that is acquired from patients. This data is acquired using several imaging modalities including magnetic resonance imaging, computerised tomography, ultrasound, and x-ray fluoroscopy. This presentation will illustrate several of the methods that have been developed at King's College London to fuse this data with application to biophysical modelling.
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