RESOURCES

Putting resources into the hands of scientists, developers, and clinicians

To encourage innovation through the broad engagement of the biomedical community, CVIT shares user-friendly, well-documented, and easily accessible resources for virtual trials in medical imaging. 

These resources, continuously updated, include virtual human models, the formation of digital twins, simulations of varying pathologies, simulation of imaging processes, and modeling of human and machine reading of virtual data.

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Software

  • CVIT Observer Models

    CVIT Observer Models
    Toolbox for mathematical observer model calculations, designed to produce image quality figures of merit from simulated image data from CVIT.
  • Pysarfe Radiomics Pipeline

    Pysarfe Radiomics Pipeline
    Pipeline includes eleven unsupervised binary segmentation methods and a feature extraction module to calculate various radiomics features for an image and its binary segmentation pair.
  • DukeSim v1.0

    DukeSim v1.0
    DukeSim v1.0 is a GPU-based CT simulator that generates CT projection images of a given voxelized computational phantom.
  • XCAT Phantom Program

    XCAT Phantom Program
    Highly detailed male and female anatomies for subjects that are 50th percentile in terms of height/weight and organ volumes (thousands of defined structures including muscles and blood vessels).
  • XCAT Brain Phantom

    XCAT Brain Phantom
    Highly detailed anatomy for the human brain, including ~100 structures and vessels. The program will generate voxelized versions of the brain at any user-defined resolution.
  • Surface CT Projector

    Surface CT Projector
    CT projector that generates x-ray projections directly from surface definitions of a given phantom without using voxelization.
  • MOBY/ROBY Phantoms

    MOBY/ROBY Phantoms
    Highly detailed anatomies for a laboratory mouse (MOBY) or laboratory rat (ROBY) with ~1400 defined structures.

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