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Computing, Robotics, and Imaging for the Surgical Platform

Journal of Computational Surgery Cover Image
Fig. 2 | Journal of Computational Surgery

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From: Methodology for fast interactive segmentation of the peritoneum and diaphragm in multi-modal 3D medical image

Fig. 2

Illustration of the different steps of the interactive segmentation tool for the peritoneum. a A curve is generated to link all control points using 2D B-spline fitting technique. b Control points are copied directly from previous segmented slice. c A yellow rectangle is generated to refine the position of control points along the X- or Y-axis. d A set of consecutive control points can be modified at the same time by defining two fixed points (marked by red). e The position of a selected control points are moved to new position using the method of d. f A 3D mesh is created corresponding to the peritoneum after segmentation of at least four slices

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