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Cross-Modality Domain Adaptation for Vestibular Schwannoma and Cochlea Segmentation

  title={Cross-Modality Domain Adaptation for Vestibular Schwannoma and Cochlea Segmentation},
  author={Han Liu and Yubo Fan and Can Cui and Dingjie Su and Andrew McNeil and Benoit M. Dawant},
Automatic methods to segment the vestibular schwannoma (VS) tumors and the cochlea from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are critical to VS treatment planning. Although supervised methods have achieved satisfactory performance in VS segmentation, they require full annotations by experts, which is laborious and time-consuming. In this work, we aim to tackle the VS and cochlea segmentation problem in an unsupervised domain adaptation setting. Our proposed method leverages both the image-level… Expand

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