Comparison and evaluation of retrospective intermodality brain image registration techniques.

@article{West1996ComparisonAE,
  title={Comparison and evaluation of retrospective intermodality brain image registration techniques.},
  author={Jay B. West and James Michael Fitzpatrick and Matthew Y. Wang and Benoit M. Dawant and Clifford R. Maurer and Robert M. Kessler and Robert J. Maciunas and Christian Barillot and Didier Lemoine and Andr{\'e} Collignon and Frederik Maes and Paul Suetens and Dirk Vandermeulen and Petra A. van den Elsen and Sandy Napel and Thilaka S. Sumanaweera and Beth A. Harkness and Paul F. Hemler and Derek L. G. Hill and David J. Hawkes and Colin Studholme and J. B. Antoine Maintz and Max A. Viergever and Grgoire Malandain and Roger P. Woods},
  journal={Journal of computer assisted tomography},
  year={1996},
  volume={21 4},
  pages={
          554-66
        }
}
PURPOSE The primary objective of this study is to perform a blinded evaluation of a group of retrospective image registration techniques using as a gold standard a prospective, marker-based registration method. To ensure blindedness, all retrospective registrations were performed by participants who had no knowledge of the gold standard results until after their results had been submitted. A secondary goal of the project is to evaluate the importance of correcting geometrical distortion in MR… CONTINUE READING

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