An Image Feature Mapping Model for Continuous Longitudinal Data Completion and Generation of Synthetic Patient Trajectories

Clément Chadebec, E.M.C. Huijben, Josien P.W. Pluim, Stéphanie Allassonniere, Maureen van Eijnatten

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Samenvatting

Longitudinal medical image data are becoming increasingly important for monitoring patient progression. However, such datasets are often small, incomplete, or have inconsistencies between observations. Thus, we propose a generative model that not only produces continuous trajectories of fully synthetic patient images, but also imputes missing data in existing trajectories, by estimating realistic progression over time. Our generative model is trained directly on features extracted from images and maps these into a linear trajectory in a Euclidean space defined with velocity, delay, and spatial parameters that are learned directly from the data. We evaluated our method on toy data and face images, both showing simulated trajectories mimicking progression in longitudinal data. Furthermore, we applied the proposed model on a complex neuroimaging database extracted from ADNI. All datasets show that the model is able to learn overall (disease) progression over time.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelMICCAI Workshop on Deep Generative Models
Pagina's55-64
StatusGepubliceerd - 2022

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