Freely available research solution for medical image analysis
Segment is freely available for research purposes provided that you cite relevant publications and the usage of the software in your publications according to here. Segment includes a broad range of analysis tools for MRI, CT and Myocardial perfusion SPECT images. The software package can also be used for a wide range of Radiology and Cardiology applications.
Segment is developed by Medviso in collaboration with Lund Cardiac MR group at Lund University.
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Segment is released in two formats; the Stand-alone format and the Source code format. Both formats are freely available for research purposes. The stand-alone format is the general default format for users who wants to use the software. The Source code format is for you who wants to do your own plug-ins to Segment in Matlab.
Academic support contract
We offer Academic support contract for 900 Euro/year. With a valid support contract you can at all times contract us by email or request video conferences for assistance. We also assist you with developing additions to Segment and writing own plug-ins. Depending on the scope of request we also implement custom functionality included in the support contract. Please contact email@example.com to get more information and request a quote
The strain analysis module provide tools for cardiac strain quantification from both short-axis and long-axis, both cine MR images and tagging MR images and can be applied for strain in both LV, RV and atrium.
The 3D segmentation software solution can be used for 3D printing purposes, and as efficient tools for create a database of 3D segmented object for different usage such as machine learning purposes.
The CT automatic analysis solution can be used for batch analysis of large cohorts of cardiac CT images.
The software Segment is freely available for academic research purposes provided that you cite relevant publications about the software according to here.
We define academic research purposes as projects where the funding to the major part comes from governmental funds or donations. If answer for the examined patient is written back to the referring doctor this is considered to be clinical use and is not covered by academic research purposes. For usage not covered by academic research purposes, such as industry sponsored clinical trials, clinical or pre-clinical usage, Medviso provides commercial Software licenses.
The software is copyright protected and may not be redistributed/resold without permission. Read the full terms and conditions for using Segment here.