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titleAutomatic Stent Implant Follow-up in Intravascular Optical Coherence Tomography Images
authorsSerhan Gurmeric, Gozde Unal, Stephane Carlier, Yan Yang, Greg Slabaugh
keywordsAtherosclerotic plaques, cardiac death, stent, strut distribution, tomography data
abstractAtherosclerotic plaques and their rupture cause narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries and may lead to sudden cardiac death. As a remedy, after a coronary angioplasty, often a stent is implanted to prevent restenosis. Although it was observed that drug-eluting stents can significantly reduce the occurrence of neointimal hyperplasia, in-stent restenosis still occurs, therefore, studying the distribution of the stent struts during patient follow-ups is important. In this paper, we will present new computer methods for automated analysis of strut distribution in monitoring the restenosis and degree of neointimal tissue growth over struts from the intravascular optical coherence tomography data. Our system will be a useful computer-aided monitoring tool for follow-up studies of stent implantation in the clinical workflow.
typeConference Paper
journalMICCAI 2008 CVII 2008 Workshop
published year2008
serial1922
is_viewableyes
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