Colin 27 Average Brain, Stereotaxic Registration Model, high-resolution version 2008
The anatomical phantom is derived from T1, T2, PD-weighted images formed from the average of 27, 11 and 12 scans respectively, of the same normal subject. These volumes are defined at a 0.5mm isotropic voxel grid in Talairach space, with dimensions 362*434*362 (XxYxZ) and start coordinates −90,−126,−72 (x,y,z). A discrete phantom was created by storing the label of the most important fraction class at each voxel location
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- B Aubert-Broche, AC Evans, and DL Collins, “A new improved version of the realistic digital brain phantom,” NeuroImage, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 138–45, 2006. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16750398
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