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Review of 2D/3D reconstruction using statistical shape and intensity models and X-ray image synthesis: towards a unified framework

Reyneke, Cornelius J.F. and Lüthi, Marcel and Burdin, Valérie and Douglas, Tania S. and Vetter, Thomas and Mutsvangwa, Tinashe. (2018) Review of 2D/3D reconstruction using statistical shape and intensity models and X-ray image synthesis: towards a unified framework. IEEE reviews in biomedical engineering, 12. pp. 269-286.

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Abstract

Patient-specific three-dimensional (3D) bone models are useful for a number of clinical applications such as surgery planning, postoperative evaluation as well as implant and prosthesis design. Two--dimensional--to--three--dimensional (2D/3D) reconstruction, also known as model-to-modality or atlas--based 2D/3D registration, provides a means of obtaining a 3D model of a patient's bone(s) from their 2D radiographs, when 3D imaging modalities are not available. The preferred approach to estimating both shape and density information (that would be present in a patient's CT data) for 2D/3D reconstruction makes use of digitally reconstructed radiographs and deformable models in an iterative, non-rigid, intensity-based approach. Based on a large number of state-of-the-art 2D/3D bone reconstruction methods, a unified mathematical formulation of the problem is proposed in a common conceptual framework, using unambiguous terminology. In addition, shortcomings, recent adaptations and persisting challenges are discussed along with insights for future research.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Mathematik und Informatik > Informatik > Computergraphik Bilderkennung (Vetter)
UniBasel Contributors:Vetter, Thomas and Reyneke, Cornelius and Lüthi, Marcel
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:IEEE
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Journal article
Language:English
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