Data from: An ultrasound image-based dynamic fusion modeling method for predicting the quantitative impact of in vivo liver motion on intraoperative HIFU therapies: investigations in a porcine model

William Apoutou N'Djin, Jean-Yves Chapelon & David Melodelima
Organ motion is a key component in the treatment of abdominal tumors by High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU), since it may influence the safety, efficacy and treatment time. Here we report the development in a porcine model of an Ultrasound (US) image-based dynamic fusion modeling method for predicting the effect of in vivo motion on intraoperative HIFU treatments performed in the liver in conjunction with surgery. A speckle tracking method was used on US images...
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