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基于医学影像的血流动力学分析

陈宇 李睿 赵雪梅 李东海 徐文娟 刘爱华 Sia Sheau Fung Chong Winston 张宇

陈宇, 李睿, 赵雪梅, 李东海, 徐文娟, 刘爱华, Sia Sheau Fung, Chong Winston, 张宇. 基于医学影像的血流动力学分析[J]. 力学进展, 2016, 46(1): 201607. doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-15-042
引用本文: 陈宇, 李睿, 赵雪梅, 李东海, 徐文娟, 刘爱华, Sia Sheau Fung, Chong Winston, 张宇. 基于医学影像的血流动力学分析[J]. 力学进展, 2016, 46(1): 201607. doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-15-042
Yu CHEN, Rui LI, Xuemei ZHAO, Donghai LI, Wenjuan XU, Aihua LIU, Sheau Fung SIA, Winston CHONG, Yu ZHANG. Medical image based hemodynamic analysis[J]. Advances in Mechanics, 2016, 46(1): 201607. doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-15-042
Citation: Yu CHEN, Rui LI, Xuemei ZHAO, Donghai LI, Wenjuan XU, Aihua LIU, Sheau Fung SIA, Winston CHONG, Yu ZHANG. Medical image based hemodynamic analysis[J]. Advances in Mechanics, 2016, 46(1): 201607. doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-15-042

基于医学影像的血流动力学分析

doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-15-042
基金项目: 清华大学2015年度自主科研经费(20141081265)资助项目.
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    张宇,博士,清华大学医学中心研究员. 1996年于天津大学热能系取得学士学位, 1999年于天津大学热能系取得硕士学位, 2003年于清华大学力学系取得博士学位.取得博士学位后,在中国科学院力学研究所、美国普渡大学、澳大利亚麦考瑞大学、澳大利亚西悉尼大学做访问学者和博士后的研究工作. 2007年被中国科学院力学研究所聘为副研究员, 2014年被清华大学医学中心聘为研究员.自2010年起,研究方向专注于血液动力学,研究的内容包含颈动脉狭窄、血管瘤、支架治疗等.

  • 中图分类号: Q66

Medical image based hemodynamic analysis

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    Corresponding author: Yu ZHANG
  • 摘要: 随着计算机成像技术的发展,计算机断层扫描(CT)和核磁共振(MRI)已经广泛应用于临床,特别是血管类疾病的诊断,比如动脉狭窄、血管瘤、血管畸形等.除了可以提供高分辨率的静态图像,先进的MRI技术还可以通过时间序列直接反映血流动力学的变化.而基于计算机成像和三维重建技术,血流动力学的参数又可以通过计算流体力学的方法进行详细的分析.如何将血流动力学参数和临床诊断相结合是近年来在转化医学领域研究的热点.结合文献调研和作者自己的研究工作对基于医学图像的血流动力学分析进行综述,并探讨未来的研究方向.

     

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