On 14 Aug 2017, at 20:29, Rockers, Elijah D. <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I am looking at hypointensities on T1 structural images with white matter disease. I have used Freesurfer/fslmaths to come up with a nice mask that includes all the white matter and ventricles, (basically everything inside Freesurfer's white matter surface) but excludes the striatum (intentionally)
So the masked region contains normal white matter, hypointesities, and CSF. I am interested in quantifying the volume of hypointensities. If I use the masked region as an input to FAST, it seems to do a relatively good job segmenting the hypointensities, but voxels near the cortex are clustered with the hypointense class, and some of the more hypointense parts of the tissue are classified with the CSF.
Is there some way to adjust or improve this useage of FAST, so the classification is more accurate?
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