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Tetrahedral mesh generation for medical imaging
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We describe the open source implementation of an adaptive tetrahedral mesh generator particularly targeted for non-rigid FEM registration of MR images. While many medical imaging applications require robust mesh generation, there are few codes available. [...]

An accessible, hands-on tutorial system for image-guided therapy and medical robotics using a robot and open-source software
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This paper describes a new open-source tutorial for image-guided therapy (IGT) and medical robotics that is both accessible and hands-on using the LEGO Mindstorms NXT (a commercially available robotics kit) and 3D Slicer (an open-source application for [...]

New Expectation Maximization Segmentation Pipeline in Slicer 3
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Many neuroanatomy studies rely on brain tissue segmentation in Magnetic Resonance images (MRI). The Expectation-Maximization (EM) theory offers a popular framework for this task. We studied the EM algorithm developed at the Surgical Planning Laboratory (SPL) [...]

Comparison of Salient Point Detection Methods for 3D Medical Images
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Salient points are used for various applications, such as medical image registration, tracking, stereoscopic matching. The purpose of this paper is to compare two commonly used methods to extract salient points in 3D medical images. We give an interpretation [...]

UNCHealthyBrainMRI-RegisterImagesModule
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UNCHealthBrainMRI registration test results from the RegisterImagesModule that is distributed with Slicer and via KWPublic.

Multimodal Registration of White Matter Brain Data via Optimal Mass Transport
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The elastic registration of medical scans from different acquisition sequences is becoming an important topic for many research labs that would like to continue the post-processing of medical scans acquired via the new generation of high-field-strength [...]


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