A. P. Zijdenbos

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Segmentation of the intracranial cavity in medical images is valuable in several research areas such as the quantitative analysis of normal and abnormal brain tissues, the registration of different imaging modalities (MRI, PET, CT) based on surface models of the brain, and the rendering of volume data. Because the manual delineation of the brain contour in(More)
Introduction Neuroscientists are often interested in determining whether external covariates are related to changes in brain shape. There are three main ways currently being used to determine anatomical changes in human brains: 1) deformation fields produced from nonlinear warping techniques [1-3]; 2) surface extraction techniques [4,6,7,10] and 3) voxel(More)
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