Groupwise multi-atlas segmentation of the spinal cord's internal structure

@article{Asman2014GroupwiseMS,
  title={Groupwise multi-atlas segmentation of the spinal cord's internal structure},
  author={Andrew J. Asman and Frederick W. Bryan and Seth A. Smith and Daniel S. Reich and Bennett A. Landman},
  journal={Medical image analysis},
  year={2014},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={460-71}
}
The spinal cord is an essential and vulnerable component of the central nervous system. Differentiating and localizing the spinal cord internal structure (i.e., gray matter vs. white matter) is critical for assessment of therapeutic impacts and determining prognosis of relevant conditions. Fortunately, new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) sequences enable clinical study of the in vivo spinal cord's internal structure. Yet, low contrast-to-noise ratio, artifacts, and imaging distortions have… CONTINUE READING

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