In addition to providing automated and fast brain structure segmentation, NeuroQuant produces color-coded overlays in which each color represents a different region of interest. The color-coding allows physicians to effortlessly review the segmentation. Also, for physicians wanting to examine a structure or structures that are not on the NeuroQuant output report, they can easily locate the structure by its associated color.
The images below show an MR T1-weighted images (left) and NeuroQuant segmentation overlaying a T1-weighted image (right). The table below the images provides the structure and associated color.
Segmented Color-Blended Volumes
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