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Rigid 3D-3D registration of TOF MRA integrating vessel segmentation for quantification of recurrence volumes after coiling cerebral aneurysm.
- Authors: Säring D, Fiehler J, Ries T, Forkert ND.
- Reference: Neuroradiology. 2012 Feb 1;54(2):171-6
- Published: February 2012
- Link: Access the abstract here
An important issue in our practice concerns the supposedly high rates of recurrence after aneurysms endovascular treatment. Säring et al. proposed two registration protocols of baseline and follow-up 3D TOF MR angiography datasets after coiling. Quantitative evaluation of recurrence and color-coded 3D segmented vessels visualisations are obtained from the difference between the two studies. Precise and reproducible aneurysm recurrence assessment could be a useful tool to evaluate new coils and endovascular strategies.