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Multispectral segmentation

A method for differentiating tissue classes having similar characteristics in a single imaging modality using several independent images of the same anatomical slice in different modalities (e.g., T2, proton density, T1, etc.). This increases the capability of discrimination between different tissues as a consequence of different responses of the tissues to particular pulse sequences.

Further reading

  • Fletcher LM, Barsotti JB, Hornak JP. A multispectral analysis of brain images. Magn Reson Med 1993; 29:623-630. PMID 8505898
  • Jackson EF, Narayana PA, Falconer JC. Reproducibility of nonparametric feature map for determination of normal human intracranial volumes with MR imaging data. J. Magn. Reson. Imag 1994; 4:692-700. PMID 7981514
  • Vannier MW, Butterfield RL, Jordan D, Murphy WA, Levitt RG, Gado M. Multispectral analysis of magnetic resonance images. Radiology 1985; 154:221-224. PMID 3964938

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