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ITK-SNAP is a software application used to segment structures in 3D medical images. It is the product of a decade-long collaboration between Paul Yushkevich, Ph.D., of the Penn Image Computing and Science Laboratory (PICSL)

  • Linked cursor for seamless 3D navigation
  • Manual segmentation in three orthogonal planes at once
  • A modern graphical user interface based on Qt
  • Support for many different 3D image formats, including NIfTI and DICOM
  • Support for concurrent, linked viewing, and segmentation of multiple images
  • Support for color, multi-channel, and time-variant images
  • 3D cut-plane tool for fast post-processing of segmentation results
  • Extensive tutorial and video documentation
  • Compared to other, larger open-source image analysis tools, ITK-SNAP design focuses specifically on the problem of image segmentation, and extraneous or unrelated features are kept to a minimum. The design also emphasizes interaction and ease of use, with the bulk of the development effort dedicated to the user interface.

    ITK-SNAP 3.2 is the first major release of ITK-SNAP in several years, and is funded by the NIH grant R01 EB014346. Version 3.2 includes an almost complete rewrite of the software, along with new features focused on multi-modality image support. Download the newest release of ITK-SNAP here!

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    Dear Sir;

    I am an Oral-Craniomaxillofacial-Reconstructive Plastic surgeon from Manila, Philippines trained by Prof. Hugo Obwegeser and Dr. Paul Tessier. May I request for software ITK-SNAP for Data acquisition: collection of diagnostic data as well as image segmentation being used by Dr. Lucia Cevidanes of Dept. of Orthodontics at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA.

    Thank you for your prompt reply.

    Eutrapio S. Guevara Jr., MD, FPCS
    St. Luke's Medical Center, MAB Rm 509
    E. Rodriguez Blvd., 1102 Quezon City, Philippines
    Tel. no.: +632-723-1025 (clinic)
    TeleFax: +632-932-0203, +632-723-1025