M. Bryan Wheeler

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Extraction of the brain-i.e. cerebrum, cerebellum, and brain stem-from T1-weighted structural magnetic resonance images is an important initial step in neuroimage analysis. Although automatic algorithms are available, their inconsistent handling of the cortical mantle often requires manual interaction, thereby reducing their effectiveness. This paper(More)
Extraction of the cerebrum, cerebellum, and brain stem from structural magnetic resonances images (MRIs) is an important initial step in neuroimaging. We present an automated algorithm that solves this difficult problem, often referred to as skull stripping, which is novel for its use of registration, segmentation, and morphological operations. Our(More)
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