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MRI-based 3D models of the hip joint enables radiation-free computer-assisted planning of periacetabular osteotomy for treatment of hip dysplasia using deep learning for automatic segmentation
A B S T R A C T Introduction: Both Hip Dysplasia(DDH) and Femoro-acetabular-Impingement(FAI) are complex three-dimensional hip pathologies causing hip pain and osteoarthritis in young patients. 3D-MRI-based models were used for radiation-free computer-assisted surgical planning. Automatic segmentation of MRI-based 3D-models are preferred because manual segmentation is time-consuming. To investigate(1) the difference and(2) the correlation for femoral head coverage(FHC) between automatic MRbaseddoi:10.7892/boris.150008 fatcat:tdew34xle5abbkgtrczs2drs3y