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Computational meshes of the cardiac left ventricle of 50 heart failure subjects

posted on 05.02.2018, 15:29 by Pablo LamataPablo Lamata
Collection of 50 anatomies of the left ventricle of a cohort of subjects selected for cardiac resynchronisation therapy, togheter with their response data.

Meshes: provided in VTK format for easier compatibility (original work done with cubic Hermite EX format meshes)

Response: excel spreadsheet with the case ID and the class (responder or not responder).

"data process.gif" provides an overview of the segmentation and mesh personalization process. Panel A: semi-automatic segmentation by 3D extrapolation (yellow surface and contours) of 2D segmentation contours (red contours and projections) using an open source platform (29). Panel B: mesh template. Panel C: resulting mesh (white surface) overlaid with the segmentation surface colour coded by the distance between them (jet colour map, from 0mm in blue to 1mm in red).


This work was supported by a grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC): Translating biomedical modelling into the heart of the clinic (R/125661-11-1), the European Commission: VPH-Share and VP2HF (FP7) projects, Grant agreements n.269978 and 611823. P. Lamata holds a Sir Henry Dale Fellowship jointly funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Royal Society (grant n.099973/Z/12/Z). This work was additionally supported by the Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering at King’s College London (WT 203148/Z/16/Z).