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Re: Automatic Brain Detection from MRI scans
- Subject: Re: Automatic Brain Detection from MRI scans
- From: David Fenyes <dfenyes(at)home.com>
- Date: 04 Jul 2000 22:25:36 -0500
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>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Cugley <email@example.com> writes:
Michael> I've just been given an assignment involving MRI scans of
Michael> the brain; one of the "wish list" features is being able
Michael> to automatically detect the brain within each scan.
One of my ex-colleagues as a grad student developed a heuristic
algorithm that seemed to be quite effective, which he used as part of
his thesis research:
Bedell, B.J., Narayana, P.A.: Automatic removal of extrameningeal
tissues from MR images of human brain. J. Magn. Reson. Imag. 6:939-943, 1996.
Bedell, B.J., Narayana, P.A., and Johnston, D.A.: Three-Dimensional
image registration for human brain. Magn. Reson. Med., 35:384-390, 1996.
David Fenyes -- _dave_@_fenyes_._net_ -- remove the '_'s for address