Segmentation etc were not designed for PET or SPECT, as they don't
deal with the degree of smoothness of the images. Mohamed's
(http://www.fil.ion.ucl.ac.uk/~mseghier/) lesion segmentation tools
may be of help with your MRI data though.
In general, not everything can be easily automated yet (one of my
students is a regular ITK-snap user). In principle though, any
labelling that a human expert can do, a computer should be able to do
On 26 May 2011 06:09, Adam Kristevski <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello all
> I am currently conducting lesion analysis of just one patient using ITK snap
> and manually tracing.
> I'm wondering if using SPM as an adjunct would aid in this process. Would
> normalizing, smoothing and segmenting this SPECT scan be beneficial in terms
> of having a more accurate representation of the patient's brain?
> Am I able to use these functions correctly on a SPECT scan? (i.e., were
> these SPM functions designed as SPECT compatible)?