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Nov 2, 2020  03:11 PM | Ted Lu
Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs in here? Since I can only find a few csv files.
If not, can someone provide me? It’s a research about simplify the algorithm.
Nov 2, 2020  03:11 PM | Paul Camacho - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
RE: Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
If you are looking for MRI data collected from persons with Multiple Sclerosis, you might start with https://www.nitrc.org/projects/longitudinal_ms. There may be more recent datasets available elsewhere. I'm not sure what algorithm you want to improve, but these data were used in a lesion detection challenge.
Nov 3, 2020  04:11 AM | Ted Lu
RE: Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
But on the site, it's all csv files, not dcm or nft, seems like it's their research result?
Nov 3, 2020  05:11 AM | Paul Camacho - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
RE: Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
I believe you have to create an account on their site to download the MRI datasets for the challenge.
Nov 4, 2020  08:11 AM | Shahab Aslani
RE: Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
Hi,
Did you check ISBI and MICCAI datasets? They are publicly available.
Nov 4, 2020  08:11 AM | Shahab Aslani
RE: Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
Nov 5, 2020  02:11 AM | Ted Lu
RE: Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
Yep
Nov 9, 2020  06:11 AM | Paul Camacho - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
RE: Are there any Multiple Sclerosis MRIs?
You can download the datasets from the about section of the Lesion Challenge https://smart-stats-tools.org/lesion-challenge-2015
These include nifti files for training and testing.