Hi Julien/SCT team,
I have a few subjects where they must either have a torticollis or scoliosis (or were really uncomfortable lying in the scanner) - as the end result of the registration is as below:
The coronal view shows the PAM50 and the overlay is the subject’s T1 after registration with the following command:
sct_register_to_template -i sanlm_structural.nii.gz -s sanlm_structural_seg.nii.gz \ -ldisc sanlm_structural_seg_labeled_discs.nii.gz -c t1 -ref template -param \ step=1,type=seg,algo=centermass:step=2,type=seg,algo=syn,slicewise=1,smooth=0,iter=5:step=3,type=im,algo=syn,slicewise=1,smooth=0,iter=3
Should I ignore the apparent curvature in the spinal column after registration, as it seems to suggest that something hasn’t worked quite right…?