Monthly Archives: April 2015

13 AprNeuAtlas

We’re rolling out a new product for neuroanatomical localization and identification: NeuAtlas By warping comprehensively labeled individual brain scans using common landmarks, the variation of the human brain can be understood. ┬áThis data is needed for neuroanatomical navigation in brain sensing and stimulation methods such as: Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS), Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Functional Near-Infrared […]

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01 AprReview Article on MRI Segmentation of the Human Brain

A nice review article was recently published, “MRI Segmentation of the Human Brain: Challenges, Methods, and Applications.” ┬áThe authors give a good overview of the state of the art! They mention the main problems that need to be addressed ([Worth 1997] describes additional issues), and the different ways to do neuroanatomical labeling, from manual to […]

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