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Automatic Analysis of M-Mode Echocardiograms

G. Pelle, M. Unser, L.X. Dong, Y. Brahimi, P. Brun

Proceedings of the Tenth Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS'88), New Orleans LA, USA, November 4-7, 1988, vol. I, pp. 449.



A method for automatic analysis has been developed for images directly transferred from an echocardiograph to a microcomputer. After image enhancement of a cardiac cycle, the authors use a novel method for automatic extraction of myocardial borders that is based on template matching by dynamic programming to compute parameters for left ventricular function.


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