Recognition and standardization of cardiac MRI orientation via multi-tasking learning and deep neural networks

11/17/2020 ∙ by Ke Zhang, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we study the problem of imaging orientation in cardiac MRI, and propose a framework to categorize the orientation for recognition and standardization via deep neural networks. The method uses a new multi-tasking strategy, where both the tasks of cardiac segmentation and orientation recognition are simultaneously achieved. For multiple sequences and modalities of MRI, we propose a transfer learning strategy, which adapts our proposed model from a single modality to multiple modalities. We embed the orientation recognition network in a Cardiac MRI Orientation Adjust Tool, i.e., CMRadjustNet. We implemented two versions of CMRadjustNet, including a user-interface (UI) software, and a command-line tool. The former version supports MRI image visualization, orientation prediction, adjustment, and storage operations; and the latter version enables the batch operations. The source code, neural network models and tools have been released and open via https://zmiclab.github.io/projects.html.

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