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Revision as of 21:07, 18 July 2013

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Introduction and Acknowledgements


Information on NA-MIC can be obtained from the NA-MIC website.
Author: Nicole Aucoin, SPL
Contact: Nicole Aucoin, <email>nicole@bwh.harvard.edu</email>

Surgical Planning Laboratory  

Module Description

Use Cases

  • This module may be thought of as the inverse of Marching Cubes (Model Maker module), except that only the surface points are set in the label map, not the interior.
  • It is useful if you only have a surface model and wish to do volumetric processing on an image





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Input/Output panels. This module takes as input: Input Volume as the reference volume. Model is the surface model from whose interior is to be labeled. The output of this module is Output Volume, the output label map. Output Volume has the same image parameters (size, resolution, orientation, etc) as Input Volume. The model needs to be closed or else the output volume will be flooded.
Parameters panels. Since the surface can be very sparsely triangulated, this module first resamples the input surface model in an appropriate resolution. The parameter Sample Distance controls how fine the surface is sampled. The ballpark value for this parameter is the smallest size of voxels (in mm) in Input Volume. The parameter Label Value lets the user pick which value will be written into the output label map.

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