CT virtual intravascular endoscopy in aortic stent grafting

Z Sun, John Winder, BE Kelly, PK Ellis, PT Kennedy, DG Hirst

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    Abstract

    Virtual endoscopy is a new method of medical image data visualisation using computer processing of 3D image datasets. It can provide visualisations of specific organs similar or equivalent to those produced by standard endoscopic procedures. By acquiring volumetric computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance (MR) data after contrast enhancement in a single breath hold, it is possible to render 3D images of vascular structures that simulate images obtained from conventional endoscopy. Most of the clinical applications of virtual endoscopy are in the areas of virtual bronchoscopy or colonoscopy, and only a few reports deal with aortic diseases. Moreover, the clinical value of virtual endovascular endoscopy in aortic aneurysm and stent grafting has not been investigated. In this paper, we report our work on the generation of virtual intravascular endoscopic images of abdominal aorta and aortic stents; investigation of optimal scanning protocols of CT scanning in aortic stent grafting, which was performed in a cohort of patients.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
    EditorsMDJ McNeill
    Place of PublicationColeraine
    Pages61-66
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2003
    EventEurographics Ireland Chapter, Workshop proceedings 2003 - University of Ulster, Coleraine Campus
    Duration: 29 Apr 2003 → …

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    WorkshopEurographics Ireland Chapter, Workshop proceedings 2003
    Period29/04/03 → …

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    Endoscopy
    Stents
    Tomography
    Aortic Diseases
    Cone-Beam Computed Tomography
    Aortic Aneurysm
    Abdominal Aorta
    Bronchoscopy
    Colonoscopy
    Blood Vessels
    Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

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    Sun, Z., Winder, J., Kelly, BE., Ellis, PK., Kennedy, PT., & Hirst, DG. (2003). CT virtual intravascular endoscopy in aortic stent grafting. In MDJ. McNeill (Ed.), Unknown Host Publication (pp. 61-66). Coleraine.
    Sun, Z ; Winder, John ; Kelly, BE ; Ellis, PK ; Kennedy, PT ; Hirst, DG. / CT virtual intravascular endoscopy in aortic stent grafting. Unknown Host Publication. editor / MDJ McNeill. Coleraine, 2003. pp. 61-66
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    Sun, Z, Winder, J, Kelly, BE, Ellis, PK, Kennedy, PT & Hirst, DG 2003, CT virtual intravascular endoscopy in aortic stent grafting. in MDJ McNeill (ed.), Unknown Host Publication. Coleraine, pp. 61-66, Eurographics Ireland Chapter, Workshop proceedings 2003, 29/04/03.

    CT virtual intravascular endoscopy in aortic stent grafting. / Sun, Z; Winder, John; Kelly, BE; Ellis, PK; Kennedy, PT; Hirst, DG.

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    Sun Z, Winder J, Kelly BE, Ellis PK, Kennedy PT, Hirst DG. CT virtual intravascular endoscopy in aortic stent grafting. In McNeill MDJ, editor, Unknown Host Publication. Coleraine. 2003. p. 61-66