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Aaronne
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MRI data interpolation problem
Posted:
Jul 12, 2012 1:45 PM


Hi all,
I have got a problem to interpolate MRI data. For example, I have one MRI data acquired using standard geometry, i.e., the x, y and zaxis are aligned according to the directions of the main magnet. However, I have got another MRI data acquired with some angles (I know the angles).
The problem is how to do a proper interpolation for dataset one to align with the geometry of the second dataset? I am not sure how it is called, maybe 'reslicing'?
It is not rotate the dataset one. It is something like interpolate dataset one using the nonregular grid of dataset two. But the dataset is not rotated at all.
Please give me any tips if you know how to do it.
Thanks. Aaronne.



