Allows users to segment structures in 3D medical images. ITK-SNAP provides semi-automatic segmentation using active contour methods, as well as manual delineation and image navigation. It is an application providing a method to extract structures in 3D image data of different modalities and from different anatomical regions. Moreover, it permits users to link cursor for 3D navigation or to post-process the segmentation results.
Enables quantitative analysis and visualization of medical images of numerous modalities such as PET (positron emission tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), CT (computerized tomography), or microscopy. Using MIPAV's standard user-interface and analysis tools, researchers at remote sites (via the internet) can easily share research data and analyses, thereby enhancing their ability to research, diagnose, monitor, and treat medical disorders.
Creates 3D PDF documents for biomedical publications. MeVisLab aims to facilitate the generation of U3D files by reducing the number of necessary tools to only one application in the field of biomedical image processing. It allows users to build sophisticated applications with graphical user interfaces that hide the underlying platform and do not require substantial programming knowledge. This tool permits simple assembling of image processing networks.
Offers a digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) solution. OsiriX is an image processing software that provides displaying, reviewing, interpreting and post-processing image files. It supports DICOM standard for a complete integration in a workflow environment and in a picture archiving and communication system (PACS).
A plugin for bone image analysis in ImageJ. BoneJ provides free, open source tools for trabecular geometry and whole bone shape analysis. It calculates several trabecular, cross-sectional and particulate parameters in a convenient format. Java technology allows BoneJ to run on commodity computers, independent of scanner devices, fully utilising hardware resources. ImageJ’s plugin infrastructure provides a flexible working environment that can be tailored to diverse experimental setups. BoneJ is a working program and a starting point for further development, which will be directed by users’ requests and the emergence of new techniques.
Hosts heterogeneous tools dedicated to neuroimaging research. BrainVISA aims to help researchers in developing new neuroimaging tools, sharing data and distributing software. It offers a way to define viewers which may use any visualization software. Thanks to its data management functions, the tool can define the data types handled by the software, associate key attributes for indexation, and filename patterns to make the link between the filesystem and the database schema.
Provides a common visualization and storage platform, which can be used for visualization of data from any source, provided that an import filter exists for this format. This platform can be extended by various software packages, individually designed for analysis of specific data sets. Visualization is based on multi-planar reconstruction allowing extraction of arbitrary slices from a 3D-volume.