Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention – MICCAI 2001

4th International Conference Utrecht, The Netherlands, October 14–17, 2001 Proceedings

  • Wiro J. Niessen
  • Max A. Viergever
Conference proceedings MICCAI 2001

DOI: 10.1007/3-540-45468-3

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2208)

Table of contents (258 papers)

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXXV
  2. Oral Sessions

    1. Image-Guided Surgery I

      1. A Method for Tracking the Camera Motion of Real Endoscope by Epipolar Geometry Analysis and Virtual Endoscopy System
        Kensaku Mori, Daisuke Deguchi, Jun-ichi Hasegawa, Yasuhito Suenaga, Jun-ichiro Toriwaki, Hirotsugu Takabatake et al.
        Pages 1-8
      2. Real-Time Visual Tracking of the Surgeon’s Face for Laparoscopic Surgery
        Atsushi Nishikawa, Toshinori Hosoi, Kengo Koara, Daiji Negoro, Ayae Hikita, Shuichi Asano et al.
        Pages 9-16
    2. Shape Analysis

      1. Shape versus Size: Improved Understanding of the Morphology of Brain Structures
        Guido Gerig, Martin Styner, Martha E. Shenton, Jeffrey A. Lieberman
        Pages 24-32
      2. Hippocampal Shape Analysis Using Medial Surfaces
        Sylvain Bouix, Jens C. Pruessner, Donald L. Collins, Kaleem Siddiqi
        Pages 33-40
      3. Quantifying Small Changes in Brain Ventricular Volume Using Non-rigid Registration
        Mark Holden, Julia A. Schnabel, Derek L. G. Hill
        Pages 49-56
    3. Segmentation I

      1. An Efficient Method for Constructing Optimal Statistical Shape Models
        Rhodri H. Davies, Tim F. Cootes, John C. Waterton, Chris J. Taylor
        Pages 57-65
      2. Deformable Organisms for Automatic Medical Image Analysis
        Ghassan Hamarneh, Tim McInerney, Demetri Terzopoulos
        Pages 66-76
    4. Computer-Aided Diagnosis

      1. A Learning Method for Automated Polyp Detection
        S. B. Göktürk, C. Tomasi, B. Acar, D. Paik, C. Beaulieu, S. Napel
        Pages 85-93
      2. A CAD System for 3D Locating of Lesions in Mammogram
        Yasuyo Kita, Eriko Tohno, Ralph P. Highnam, Michael Brady
        Pages 94-102
      3. Analysis of Pulmonary Nodule Evolutions Using a Sequence of Three-Dimensional Thoracic CT Images
        Y. Kawata, N. Niki, H. Ohmatsu, M. Kusumoto, R. Kakinuma, K. Mori et al.
        Pages 103-110
    5. Registration I

      1. Mass Preserving Mappings and Image Registration
        Steven Haker, Allen Tannenbaum, Ron Kikinis
        Pages 120-127
    6. Simulation, Planning, and Modelling

      1. Inverse Finite Element Characterization of Soft Tissues
        M. Kauer, V. Vuskovic, J. Dual, G. Szekely, M. Bajka
        Pages 128-136
      2. A Microsurgery Simulation System
        Joel Brown, Kevin Montgomery, Jean-Claude Latombe, Michael Stephanides
        Pages 137-144
      3. A Surgery Simulation Supporting Cuts and Finite Element Deformation
        Han-Wen Nienhuys, A. Frank van der Stappen
        Pages 145-152
      4. Patient-Specific Simulation of Carotid Artery Stenting Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
        Juan R. Cebral, Rainald Löhner, Orlando Soto, Peter L. Choyke, Peter J. Yim
        Pages 153-160

About these proceedings

Introduction

In the four years of its existence, MICCAI has developed into the premier - nual conference on medical image computing and computer-assisted interv- tion. The single-track conference has an interdisciplinary character, bringing - getherresearchersfromboththenaturalsciencesandvariousmedicaldisciplines. It provides the international forum for developments concerning all aspects of medical image processing and visualization, image-guided and computer-aided techniques, and robot technology in medicine. The strong interest in MICCAI is con?rmed by the large number of subm- sions we received this year, which by far surpassed our expectations. The arrival of the shipload of papers just before the deadlines (one in the European and the otherin theAmericantime zone)wasa particularlyenjoyableexperience,aswas the whole procedure of preparing the scienti?c programme. Both the quantity and quality of the submissions allowed us to compose a volume of high quality papers, which we are sure will contribute to the further development of this exciting ?eld of research. As for the hard numbers, in total 338 submissions were received. Next to full papers, short communications were solicited for works in progress,hardware prototypes, and clinical case studies. Long papers were reviewed by three or four reviewers and short papers by two or three reviewers. The ?nal selection of papers was carried out by the Programme Board. Out of the 246 long papers, 36 were accepted for oral presentation and 100 as full posters. An additional 75 of the long papers, and 47 out of 92 short papers were accepted as short posters.

Keywords

Augmented Reality Surgery computer-aided diagnosis image analysis medical robotics robot robotics simulation visualization

Editors and affiliations

  • Wiro J. Niessen
    • 1
  • Max A. Viergever
    • 1
  1. 1.Image Sciences InstituteUniversity Medical Center UtrechtUtrechtThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-42697-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-45468-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743