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Grafip: A Framework for the Representation of Healthy and Pathological Cerebral Information

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Grafip: A Framework for the Representation of Healthy and Pathological Cerebral Information
This paper presents a contribution to the large problematic of integrating medical image-based information into a structured framework (such as electronic patient records or anatomofunctional databases). In neuroscience, the complexity of the cerebral anatomy, the wealth of information embedded in imaging data, as well as the difficulty of their interpretation, can benefit from the use of a structural brain model representing prior generic knowledge, which includes information on anatomical structures and their spatial relations. In this paper we describe a novel generic brain model, based on graph representations, and an instantiation procedure for individual patients, based on image segmentation. A complete patientspecific modeling framework is proposed that can be integrated into powerful computational tools to assist image data reviewing, diagnosis and therapeutic patient follow up.
Jamal Atif, Céline Hudelot, Olivier Nempont
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Year 2007
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Authors Jamal Atif, Céline Hudelot, Olivier Nempont, Nathalie Richard, Bénédicte Batrancourt, Elsa D. Angelini, Isabelle Bloch
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