Respiratory movements study and simulation

Simulating human trunk respiratory movements can produce precious data for CAMI (e.g. displacements and deformation of abdominal organs). A model of the human trunk was built taking into account the main components (diaphragm, abdomen, lungs). Simulations were compared to real data obtained after the segmentation of dynamic MRI images.

Publication : Craighero, S. and Promayon, E. and Baconnier, P. and Lebas, J. -F. and Coulomb, M., Dynamic Echo-Planar MR Imaging of the Diaphragm For a 3D Dynamic Analysis, European Radiology, septembre 2004 (en ligne), à paraître (papier).

Collaborations : Grenoble University Hospital (Pr Coulomb – Radiology, Pr Lebas - MRI)

Status : proof of concept, in development

Contact : Emmanuel.Promayon@imag.fr


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