A web based archive that contains tomographic scans (as well as various types of associated digital data) of fossils from the site of Kromdraai B, South Africa that are curated at the Ditsong National Museum of Natural History. The goals of Human Evolution Microtomographic Archive are to 1) formally publish the microCT scans of the Kromdraai material and facilitate their availability to the scientific research community, 2) address uncertainties regarding specimen accession numbers, 3) highlight internal aspects of anatomy revealed through the microCT scans, and 4) clarify the hominin status of a number of postcranial specimens.
Provides a method for 3D-2D rigid registration of cerebral angiograms. Gold standard for 3D-2D registration of cerebral angiograms is based on matching of geometric primitives, which encode the structure of the 3D vessel tree, to orientations of 2D intensity gradients using a neighbourhood-based similarity measure. The main advantage of this method is its robustness to image contrast variations and other adverse phenomena that can hamper the registration process.
Gathers thoracic computed tomography (CT) image data with their corresponding annotations. LIDC-IDRI is an open source database, curated by radiologists, that contains more than 240 000 images from over 1 300 different studies as well as specifications about nodule outlines and subjective nodule characteristic ratings. The repository aims to improve investigation about lung nodule thanks to computer-assisted diagnostic (CAD) methods.
Harbors a set of cases allowing exploration and evaluation of computer aided diagnosis (CAD). PLD provides a public open learning environment for the development of CAD systems. It gathers cases that characterize the range of issues for a given task, multiple forms of documentation both manual and from computer algorithms. This database offers visualization tools that support the learning of both clinical and technical CAD issues.
Provides a vertebra database. Lumbar vertebra segmentation CT image database is a downloadable resource that contains computerized tomography (CT) images of the lumbar spine for different subjects and the corresponding binary masks for each lumbar vertebra obtained by manual segmentation. All available images are in the near raw raster data (NRRD) file format.
Supplies an image collection of around 50 low-dose documented whole-lung computerized tomography (CT) scans for detection. ELCAP Public Lung Image Database provides options to locate nodules detected by radiologists. It is composed of data obtained in a single breath hold with a 1.25 mm slice thickness. The database content is downloadable directly from the platform.
Provides an open online computational challenge in the field of spine medical image analysis. xVertSeg is a downloadable database of segmentation and classification of fractured vertebrae. The goals of this resource are to (i) bring together researchers who are interested in spinal imaging and image analysis, (ii) validate the performance of their existing or newly developed algorithms on the same standard database of images with vertebral fractures and (iii) provide a standardized evaluation framework for segmentation and classification results comparison and ranking.
Provides a lumbar spine database. Gold standard for 2D-3D registration is a downloadable resource that contains computerized tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance (MR) and X-ray images of cadaver lumbar spine. It includes vertebrae labelled L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5. The file also contains the gold standard registrations between these images, the software for registration evaluation and the user’s manual.
Hosts a standardized, readily searchable database that provides a quick and easy way to find information successfully. ERA includes 151 studies from 21 laboratories in Europe, 143 studies from 11 laboratories covered by the National Radiobiology Archives (NRA), and 40 studies from 14 laboratories covered by the Japanese Radiobiology Archives (JRA). For each of the studies the following information is given: (a) purpose of the study; (b) laboratory and investigators; (c) type of treatment such as radiation, chemical or biological agents; (d) dosimetry; (e) end points such as the survival rate or pathological and molecular biological characteristics; (f) species, strain, sex and age of the animals used; (g) summary of the results; and (h) selected publications. Furthermore, a collection of zoomable histopathological slides from some of the experiments is included.
Provides access to a database of lung computed tomography (CT) imaging signs. LISS contains more than 270 CT scans with more than 670 abnormal regions in them. These regions correspond to nine categories of common CT imaging signs of lung disease (CISL). This repository incorporates also annotation files for results of region labeling and relevant files saving the relationship between CT scans and the categories of CISL.