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So far Pablo Garcia-Amorena has created 10 blog entries.

Liver Segmentation using Fill Between Slices

In this post we segment a liver with Manual Segmentation tools, specially Fill Between Slices. Threshold We start with the following image, that we add to the scene using the button Open Image (or the [...]

Knee Segmentation using Paint Mask

In this post we show how to use the Paint Mask tools in the Segmentation toolset to segment knee bones. We see how to create a mask and add/remove detail manually, then extract a smooth [...]

First steps with Rhino3DMedical

Let's take a first look at Rhino3DMedical and see how we interact with the user interface. For an introduction about automation of workflows and Rhino3DMedical-Grasshopper, we invite the reader to look at our Grasshopper-related blog [...]

Segment Medical Images with HumanUI

In this post we explore combining HumanUI and Rhino3DMedical in Grasshopper to segment medical images. Download & Install HumanUI Before we begin we need to make sure HumanUI is installed. Head to the HumanUI page [...]

Analyze Medical Images Using Grasshopper

In this post we will look at how you can extract 2D images from a medical image using only grasshopper. What is the "Extent"? The Get Extent component returns the extents of the image in [...]

Segmentation: Threshold Based vs. Region Growing

Here we study the two main ways of segmenting a region of anatomical interest: threshold based and region growing. What is Threshold Based Segmentation? Threshold based is a way of segmenting anatomical structures of interest [...]

Process Medical Images Using Grasshopper

In this post we provide an overview for reading and processing medical images in Grasshopper. Read an Image Rhino3DMedical supports reading medical images in many different formats. The currently supported formats are: Metaimage (*.mhd, *.mha) [...]

Image Segmentation Using Region Growing Tools

In this post we go through the Region Growing tools which allow you to segment a specific area of an image. What is Region Growing? Region Growing is a way of segmenting anatomical structures of [...]

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