Meet ADISL at ESMRMB Congress 2011 in Leipzig, Germany

We would be presenting a poster at The European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB), 2011 Conference in Leipzig, Germany.

Details follow:

DAY: October 6,  2011
TITLE: 652 – Correction of orientation of volume stacks using fourier transform and sagittal symmetry with applications in DTI and DTT
TIME: 15:30-16:00, “Meet the Authors” timeslot
CATAGORY:  Traditional Poster Presentation

Synopsis: In DTI color encoding based on the directions of principal eigenv ectors, if a subject dev iates f rom ly ing down along the axis of the magnet looking skywards, the colors of diff erent eigenv ectors associated with the f iber tracts may change unrecognizably . Even in other types of imaging a number of postprocessing steps e.g., de-scalping, need images in standard orientation. The in v iv o f etal imaging orientation is of ten non-standard making difficult e.g., to find the brain. Here, we report an automatic method to produce the standard orientation of volume stacks based on minimization of the imaginary part of the Fourier transform.

This work is a Plugin for ADISL‘s Image Apprentice and further enhances the Plugin Development Kit’s capabilities.
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