Biosystems Engineering Laboratory


CT image processing

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Introduction

  • Computed tomography is a noninvasive medical procedure that uses specialized X-ray equipment to produce cross-sectional images of the body. Each cross-sectional image represents a “slice” of the person being imaged. These cross-sectional images are used for a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.
  • CT has the ability to determine the location and size of diseases in the brain, heart, cardiovascular, nerves, etc.
  • The CT has the advantage that it can scan the movement of organs such as the lungs, the heart, the intestine, etc. in a short period of time.
  • From CT scan, the model information of patients with particular diseases can be acquired and through CFD and magnetic simulation, analysis of effective treatment strategy can be determined for various diseases.

CT image process

3D modeling process

Heart modeling

Atrium processing

Ventricle processing

Coronary artery modeling

Coronary processing