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    Hey people i do have a problem with image processing I'm doing project MRI reader which reads a MRI scan n identifies brain tumors and from thrsholding im segmenting And the problem is the threshold value of the brain tumor and the skull is the same so after the segmentation the skull also visible with the tumor So can anybody help me plzzzzz

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    I need only the brain tumor coz im using a neural network After doing the edge detection for the brain tumor so before start the edge detection i need to have only the tumor i have to remove off the skulll from the image so Plzzz frnds can u plz help me to do this
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    dear mrmatt1111 my question is how to remove off the skull and segment the tumor only Think lyke this u hv a image and you do the thresholding to segment the ROI(reagion of interest) but there is a problem where the threshold value dat u defined of the ROI is da same as another object so to over come thins kind of a prblem only to segment the ROI only evn though there is another object in the background.

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    I don't really see this as a Java problem per se, but instead this is an algorithm problem. While the skull will certainly make an edge as it has greatly different density than brain tissue, perhaps you can distinguish skull from tumor by their vastly different Hounsfield units.

    Oh, also, I ask you to please avoid non-standard abbreviations when posting here as it makes your posts difficult to read for both us native English speakers and even more so for those for whom English is not their first or second language. Thanks for your cooperation and much luck with this project.

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    shaveen,
    you are working on some medical visualization problem or image processing problem
    your question might be
    how to use java in volume rendering or marching cube algorithms on the MRT scanned images? Have you covert the DICOM images to normal bmp files?
    my advice to you is to look at VTK toolkit (not a java toolkit) to approach on this problem

    look at my blog
    I hope it helps!

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