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AUTOMATIC SUBCORTICAL TISSUE SEGMENTATION OF MR IMAGES USING OPTIMUM-PATH FOREST CLUSTERING
Automatic MR-image segmentation of brain tissues is an important issue in neuroimaging. For instance, it is a key methodological component of a popular technique denominated voxel-based morphometry (VBM), which quantifies ...
Artifacts in brain magnetic resonance imaging due to metallic dental objects
(Medicina Oral S LValenciaEspanha, 2009)
Articular Cartilage in the Knee: Current MR Imaging Techniques and Applications in Clinical Practice and Research
(RADIOLOGICAL SOC NORTH AMERICA, 2011)
Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging is the most important imaging modality for the evaluation of traumatic or degenerative cartilaginous lesions in the knee. It is a powerful noninvasive tool for detecting such lesions and ...
Animated solid model of the lung constructed from unsynchronized MR sequential images
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2009)
This work discusses a 4D lung reconstruction method from unsynchronized MR sequential images. The lung, differently from the heart, does not have its own muscles, turning impossible to see its real movements. The visualization ...
Congenital heart disease in children: coronary mr angiography during systole and diastole with dual cardiac phase whole-heart imaging
(RADIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA, 2011)
Three-dimensional dual-phase whole-heart mr imaging: clinical implications for congenital heart disease
(RADIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA, 2012)