Publication detail

COMPILATION OF FREE-HAND ACQUIRED 3D ULTRASONIC DATA

ZAČAL, J., JAN, J.

Original Title

KOMPILACE 3D ULTRAZVUKOVÝCH DAT SNÍMANÝCH METODOU FREE-HAND

Czech Title

KOMPILACE 3D ULTRAZVUKOVÝCH DAT SNÍMANÝCH METODOU FREE-HAND

English Title

COMPILATION OF FREE-HAND ACQUIRED 3D ULTRASONIC DATA

Type

conference paper

Language

cs

Original Abstract

Popis prístupu k lokalizaci ultrasonografické sondy bez externího lokalozátoru, pomocí korelacní analýzy specifického speklového sumu.

Czech abstract

Popis prístupu k lokalizaci ultrasonografické sondy bez externího lokalozátoru, pomocí korelacní analýzy specifického speklového sumu.

English abstract

In free-hand 3D ultrasound, a position sensor is attached to the probe of a 2D ultrasound scanner. The resulting 3D data should permit flexible visualisation and more accurate volume measurement than can be achieved using 2D B-scans alone; however the use of the position sensor can be inconvenient for the clinician. The objective is thus to replace the sensor with a technique for estimating the probe trajectory based on the B-scan images themselves. One such technique exists [1], based on a speckle decorrelation algorithm. In this paper we propose realisation of this method on image matching to accurate position using speckle correlation based algorithm, including the possible modification.

Keywords

ultrasound imaging, 3D ultrasound, free-hand, correlation, speckle

RIV year

2003

Released

15.10.2003

Publisher

Západočeská univerzita

Location

Plzeň

ISBN

80-7082-992-3

Book

Elektrotechnika a informatika 2003

Pages from

169

Pages to

172

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT8315,
  author="Jiří {Začal} and Jiří {Jan}",
  title="KOMPILACE 3D ULTRAZVUKOVÝCH DAT SNÍMANÝCH METODOU FREE-HAND",
  annote="In free-hand 3D ultrasound, a position sensor is attached to the probe of a 2D ultrasound scanner.
The resulting 3D data should permit flexible visualisation and more accurate volume measurement
than can be achieved using 2D B-scans alone; however the use of the position sensor can be
inconvenient for the clinician. The objective is thus to replace the sensor with a technique for
estimating the probe trajectory based on the B-scan images themselves. One such technique exists
[1], based on a speckle decorrelation algorithm. In this paper we propose realisation of this method on image matching to accurate position using speckle correlation based algorithm, including the possible modification.",
  address="Západočeská univerzita",
  booktitle="Elektrotechnika a informatika 2003",
  chapter="8315",
  institution="Západočeská univerzita",
  year="2003",
  month="october",
  pages="169",
  publisher="Západočeská univerzita",
  type="conference paper"
}