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Collaboration with [http://villacamozzi.marionegri.it/~luca/ Luca Antiga] of the [http://www.marionegri.it Mario Negri Institute].
===Goals of the Project===
===Goals of the Project===

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Collaboration with Luca Antiga of the Mario Negri Institute.

Goals of the Project

To create a Slicer-based platform for segmentation of vascular segments from angiographic images (CTA, MRA, ...), analysis of vascular geometry, mesh generation and hemodynamic simulation. Since many of these functionalities are already (or are going to be) provided in the Vascular Modeling Toolkit (vmtk.sourceforge.net) with a command-line interface, the plan is to integrate vmtk scripts within Slicer as command-line modules for the non-interactive tasks, and to create ad-hoc GUI modules for the more interactive tasks (i.e. segmentation).

Current progress

  • vmtk script for automated conversion of vmtk command line pipes to Slicer command-line modules (DONE)
  • Slicer LevelSetSegment module for interactive level set segmentation (IN PROGRESS)



2007 Project Week at MIT


  • Lee SW, Antiga L, Spence JD and Steinman DA. Geometry of the carotid bifurcation predicts its exposure to disturbed flow. Stroke. Accepted.
  • Thomas JB, Antiga L, Che S, Milner JS, Hangan Steinman DA, Spence JD, Rutt BK and Steinman DA. Variation in the carotid bifurcation geometry of young vs. older adults: Implications for "geometric risk" of atherosclerosis. Stroke, 36(11): 2450-2456, Nov 2005.
  • Antiga L, Steinman DA. Robust and objective decomposition and mapping of bifurcating vessels. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 23(6): 704-713, June 2004.
  • Antiga L, Ene-Iordache B and Remuzzi A. Computational geometry for patient-specific reconstruction and meshing of blood vessels from MR and CT angiography. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 22(5): 674-684, May 2003.