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Influence of the Training Library Composition on a Patch-based label fusion method: Application to Hippocampus Segmentation on ADNI dataset.

Abstract : The atrophy of medial temporal lobe structures is may serve as early biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease. The evaluation of hippocampus (HC) atrophy is estimated by volumetric studies requiring a segmentation step that can be very time consuming when done manually. This limitation can be overcome by using automatic segmentation methods. In this study, we propose to validate our nonlocal patch-based method on the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) database by segmenting the HC of Cognitively Normal (CN) subjects and patients with early Alzheimer's Disease (AD).
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Pierrick Coupé, Vladimir Fonov, Simon Eskildsen, José Manjón, Douglas Arnold, et al.. Influence of the Training Library Composition on a Patch-based label fusion method: Application to Hippocampus Segmentation on ADNI dataset.. Alzheimer's Association International Conference, Jul 2011, France. pp.S24. ⟨hal-00645526⟩

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