Application of Inertial Proximal Alternating Linearized Minimization to dynamic CTPP

The interaction of the 28 bones in the foot and ankle structure is not fully understood due to a lack of a precise bio-mechanical model. We present a tailored reconstruction algorithm based on a spatio-temporal regularization in variational framework for fully 4D imaging of joint motion. The ability to resolve joint dynamics could be instrumental to the ankle replacement surgery leading to increased success rates which are currently at half that of a fusion procedure.

This is poster number 10 in Poster Session

Nargiza Djurabekova (University College London)
Guy Long (CurveBeam Europe LTD)
David Hawkes (University College London)
Andrew Goldberg (University College London)
Marta Betcke (University College London)
4d ct, computed tomography, dynamic ct, image reconstruction, inverse problems, nonlinear optimization