Provides a set of 40 manually labelled images taken from a screening programme for diabetic retinopathy in the Netherlands. DRIVE was created in the context of improvement of the representation for vessel structure, traditionally realised thanks to pixels. This database aims to test and evaluate a classifier that sorts every pixel in an image as vessel or non-vessel. It contains JPEG compressed color photos and mask images.
Compiles a set of more than 40 cine Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) images. SCD is an open source picture library gathering an assortment of various patients and pathologies. The dataset includes four different states: hypertrophy, heart failure with and without infarction and healthy. It was used for a challenge dedicated to the comparison state-of-the-art of left ventricle (LV) segmentation methods.
Provides a picture library of cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) images. SCMR Consensus Contour Data is composed of images from healthy volunteers, patients with myocardial infarction, heart failure, and Left ventricular (LV) hypertrophy. The database intends to provide a resource for the assessment of new readers on contouring CMR images for both multi-center analyses and benchmarking automated methods.
Covers cardiac images and computational models in Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) patients. CHD allows examination of detailed ventricular shape and function in individual patients. It is able to execute statistical comparison of detailed ventricular shape against a database of other, similar CHD patient examinations. This database is based on computational models to improve quantitative analysis of ventricular remodeling.
Gathers a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) image set of a normal patient's heart. AMRG Cardiac MRI Atlas offers a way to learn about the heart's anatomy. It enables students and researchers to become familiar with MRI. This database is composed of images acquired in the standard image planes of axial, coronal and sagital to the cardiac specific planes of long and short axes.
Supplies de-identified images, functional analyses including ventricular contours, and associated variables. DETERMINE consists in a multicenter, randomized clinical trials in patients with coronary artery diseases. The results of this study are available through the Cardiac Atlas Project (CAP) platform’s. It includes an Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved specific section in the participant information and consent forms to contribute de-identified data.