is used to assess the status of patients suffering from heart diseases like cardiac masses and thrombi, aortic and/or different kinds of congenital cardiac diseases. Cardiac MRI is minimally invasive, does not involve radiation and it generally delivers excellent images for diagnostics. However, automatic segmentation of the left ventricle
on MRI images faces challenging difficulties, like locating the left ventricle
and overcoming the lack of edge information. We propose a method providing a very robust input for daily clinical application. Read more...