2D ultrasound sequences of the liver (mp4)

usliverseq-mp4 (8 files)
DataInfo.txt 1.51kB
volunteer01.mp4 7.37MB
volunteer02.mp4 21.89MB
volunteer03.mp4 16.99MB
volunteer04.mp4 14.73MB
volunteer05.mp4 8.55MB
volunteer06.mp4 18.07MB
volunteer07.mp4 19.80MB
Type: Dataset
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Bibtex:
@article{,
title= {2D ultrasound sequences of the liver (mp4)},
keywords= {},
author= {},
abstract= {7 2D ultrasound sequences of the liver of healthy volunteers were acquired during free breathing over a period of 5-10 min. 

This is a converted version of the usliverseq dataset into mp4 files encoded with H.264 to reduce size and make the files easier to read.

The conversion commands used are:
```
$vlc volunteer06.avi --video-filter=scene --scene-prefix=movie --scene-ratio=1 --scene-path=volunteer06 --no-skip-frames

$ffmpeg -r 17 -i volunteer06/movie%05d.png volunteer06.mp4

$ffmpeg -r 25 -start_number 580 -i volunteer01/Image_120910_102034_%05d.bmp volunteer01.mp4
```

### Data notes:
```
Ultrasound device: Antares, Siemens Medical Solutions, Mountain View, CA, USA
Ultrasound transducer: CH4-1
Place of acquisition: Radiology Department of Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland

volunteer02.avi - volunteer 09.avi: 8 bits grayscale codec
volunteer01: sequence of images grabbed from the ultraosund video output

		Spatial resolution	Temporal resolution 	Center frequency
		    [mm/pixel]		      [fps]		     [MHz]
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer01		0.71			25		     2.22
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volunteer02		0.40			16		     2.00
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer03		0.36			17		     1.82
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer04		0.42			15		     2.22
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer05		0.40			15		     2.22
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer06		0.37			17		     1.82
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer07		0.28			14		     2.22
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer08		0.36			17		     1.82
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
volunteer09 		0.40			16		     1.82
```

### Example images

|01  | 02  |  03 | 04 |  05| 06 | 07|
|---|---|---|--|--|--|
|https://i.imgur.com/0E5C348.png | https://i.imgur.com/1foqqvE.png | https://i.imgur.com/Zm66UCu.png |https://i.imgur.com/qq7K2eT.png | https://i.imgur.com/Ulw0yTv.png | https://i.imgur.com/TVauYUt.png | https://i.imgur.com/ffbeBHP.png |

## Citation

L. Petrusca, P. Cattin, V. De Luca, F. Preiswerk, Z. Celicanin, V. Auboiroux, M. Viallon, P. Arnold, F. Santini, S. Terraz, K. Scheffler, C. D. Becker, R. Salomir, "Hybrid Ultrasound/Magnetic Resonance Simultaneous Acquisition and Image Fusion for Motion Monitoring in the Upper Abdomen", Investigative Radiology, Vol. 48, No. 5, pp. 333-340, 2013.

V. De Luca, M. Tschannen, G. Székely, C. Tanner, "A Learning-based Approach for Fast and Robust Vessel Tracking in Long Ultrasound Sequences", Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, Springer. volume of LNCS 8149, pp. 518-525, 2013.


},
terms= {},
license= {},
superseded= {},
url= {http://www.vision.ee.ethz.ch/en/datasets/}
}


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