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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This article presents a fully automatic method for segmenting the brain from other tissue in a 3-D MR image of the human head. The method is a an extension and combination of previous techniques, and consists of the following processing steps: (i) After an initial intensity normalization, an affine alignment is performed to a standard anatomical space, where the unsegmented image can be compared to a segmented standard brain. (ii) Probabilistic diffusion, guided by probability measures betweendoi:10.1007/3-540-44935-3_45 fatcat:rrhcwljnz5eqxo23a4wqp4xmpa