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2001
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Quantifying Small Changes in Brain Ventricular Volume Using Non-rigid Registration

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Quantifying Small Changes in Brain Ventricular Volume Using Non-rigid Registration
Abstract. Non-rigid registration can automatically quantify small changes in volume of anatomical structures over time by means of segmentation propagation. Here we use a non-rigid registration algorithm based on optimising normalised mutual information to quantify small changes in brain ventricular volume in MR images of a group of ve patients treated with growth hormone replacement therapy and a control group of six volunteers. The lateral ventricles are segmented from each subject image by registering the brainweb image 1 which has this structure delineated. The mean standard deviation volume change measurements
Mark Holden, Julia A. Schnabel, Derek L. G. Hill
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where MICCAI
Authors Mark Holden, Julia A. Schnabel, Derek L. G. Hill
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