Automatic Segmentation of Structures in CT Head and Neck Images using a Coupled Shape Model
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The common approach to do a fully automatic segmentation of multiple structures is an atlas or multi-atlas based solution. These already have proven to be suitable for the segmentation of structures in the head and neck area and provide very accurate [...]

Multi Atlas Segmentation with Active Shape Model Refinement for Multi-Organ Segmentation in Head and Neck Cancer Radiotherapy Planning
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We describe a segmentation method that was used in the Head and Neck Auto Segmentation Challenge held at the MICCAI 2015 conference. The algorithm consists of two building blocks. First, we employ a multi-atlas segmentation to obtain an initial segmentation [...]

Head and Neck Auto-segmentation Challenge
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This paper presents the results of the Head and Neck Auto-segmentationChallenge, which was part of the workshop “3D Segmentation in the Clinic: A Grand Challenge”. This workshop took place in London, UK, in September 2009, in conjunction with the 12th [...]

Kappa Sigma Clipping
When an image is mostly composed of background pixels, most of the automatic thresholding methods are failing to produce a relevant threshold. This is mainly caused because one mode is over represented compared to the other in the histogram of the image. [...]

Multi-object Segmentation of Head Bones
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We present a fully automatic method for 3D segmentation of the mandibular bone from CT data. The method includes an adaptation of statistical shape models of the mandible, the skull base and the midfacial bones, followed by a simultaneous graph-based [...]

An Automatic Seeding Method For Coronary Artery Segmentation and Skeletonization in CTA
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An automatic seeding method for coronary artery segmentation and skeletonization is presented. The new method includes automatic removal of the rib cage, tracing of the ascending aorta and initial planting of seeds for the coronary arteries. The automatic [...]

Unsupervised Segmentation for Myofiber Counting in Immunofluorescent Microscopy Images
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The gold standard for measuring muscle regeneration in muscular dystrophy therapies is counting the number of dystrophin-positive muscle fibers on a cryostat muscle section immunostained for dystrophin. The standard process of manually counting a few thousand [...]

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