2D-3D registration gold-standard dataset for the hip joint based on uncertainty modeling

Estimation of the accuracy of 2D-3D registration is paramount for a correct evaluation of its outcome in both research and clinical studies. Publicly available datasets with standardized evaluation methodology are necessary for validation and comparison of 2D-3D registration techniques. Given the large use of 2D-3D registration in biomechanics, we introduced the first gold standard validation dataset for Computed Tomography (CT)-to-X-ray registration of the hip joint, based on fluoroscopic images with significant angle rotations. This repository is a joint collaboration between two Swiss partners: - The Laboratory for Orthopaedic Technology of Prof. Stephen J. Ferguson from ETH Zürich. - The research team of Prof. Jérôme Schmid from the Dept. of Radiologic Medical Imaging Technology in the Geneva School of Health Sciences Geneva, member of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO). This repository should be used with the companion publication: D'Isidoro F, Chênes C, Ferguson SJ, Schmid J. A new 2D-3D registration gold-standard dataset for the hip joint based on uncertainty modeling. Med Phys. 2021 Oct;48(10):5991-6006. doi: 10.1002/mp.15124. Epub 2021 Aug 17. PMID: 34287934.

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    2D-3D registration, uncertainty propagation, CT-to-X-ray image registration gold-standard hip phantom
Publication date12/03/2021
Retention date28/06/2031
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  • Schmid, Jérôme orcid
  • D'Isidoro, Fabio
  • Chênes, Christophe orcid
  • Ferguson, Stephen orcid
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