"""
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Symmetric Diffeomorphic Registration in 3D
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This example explains how to register 3D volumes using the Symmetric
Normalization (SyN) algorithm proposed by Avants et al. [Avants09]_
(also implemented in the ANTs software [Avants11]_)
We will register two 3D volumes from the same modality using SyN with the Cross
-Correlation (CC) metric.
"""
import numpy as np
from dipy.align.imwarp import SymmetricDiffeomorphicRegistration
from dipy.align.imwarp import DiffeomorphicMap
from dipy.align.metrics import CCMetric
from dipy.core.gradients import gradient_table
from dipy.data import get_fnames
from dipy.io.image import load_nifti, save_nifti
from dipy.io.gradients import read_bvals_bvecs
import os.path
from dipy.viz import regtools
"""
Let's fetch two b0 volumes, the first one will be the b0 from the Stanford
HARDI dataset
"""
hardi_fname, hardi_bval_fname, hardi_bvec_fname = get_fnames('stanford_hardi')
stanford_b0, stanford_b0_affine = load_nifti(hardi_fname)
stanford_b0 = np.squeeze(stanford_b0)[..., 0]
"""
The second one will be the same b0 we used for the 2D registration tutorial
"""
t1_fname, b0_fname = get_fnames('syn_data')
syn_b0, syn_b0_affine = load_nifti(b0_fname)
"""
We first remove the skull from the b0's
"""
from dipy.segment.mask import median_otsu
stanford_b0_masked, stanford_b0_mask = median_otsu(stanford_b0,
median_radius=4,
numpass=4)
syn_b0_masked, syn_b0_mask = median_otsu(syn_b0, median_radius=4, numpass=4)
static = stanford_b0_masked
static_affine = stanford_b0_affine
moving = syn_b0_masked
moving_affine = syn_b0_affine
"""
Suppose we have already done a linear registration to roughly align the two
images
"""
pre_align = np.array([[1.02783543e+00, -4.83019053e-02, -6.07735639e-02, -2.57654118e+00],
[4.34051706e-03, 9.41918267e-01, -2.66525861e-01, 3.23579799e+01],
[5.34288908e-02, 2.90262026e-01, 9.80820307e-01, -1.46216651e+01],
[0.00000000e+00, 0.00000000e+00, 0.00000000e+00, 1.00000000e+00]])
"""
As we did in the 2D example, we would like to visualize (some slices of) the
two volumes by overlapping them over two channels of a color image. To do that
we need them to be sampled on the same grid, so let's first re-sample the
moving image on the static grid. We create an AffineMap to transform the moving
image towards the static image
"""
from dipy.align.imaffine import AffineMap
affine_map = AffineMap(pre_align,
static.shape, static_affine,
moving.shape, moving_affine)
resampled = affine_map.transform(moving)
"""
plot the overlapped middle slices of the volumes
"""
regtools.overlay_slices(static, resampled, None, 1, 'Static', 'Moving',
'input_3d.png')
"""
.. figure:: input_3d.png
:align: center
Static image in red on top of the pre-aligned moving image (in green).
"""
"""
We want to find an invertible map that transforms the moving image into the
static image. We will use the Cross-Correlation metric
"""
metric = CCMetric(3)
"""
Now we define an instance of the registration class. The SyN algorithm uses
a multi-resolution approach by building a Gaussian Pyramid. We instruct the
registration object to perform at most $[n_0, n_1, ..., n_k]$ iterations at
each level of the pyramid. The 0-th level corresponds to the finest resolution.
"""
level_iters = [10, 10, 5]
sdr = SymmetricDiffeomorphicRegistration(metric, level_iters)
"""
Execute the optimization, which returns a DiffeomorphicMap object,
that can be used to register images back and forth between the static and
moving domains. We provide the pre-aligning matrix that brings the moving
image closer to the static image
"""
mapping = sdr.optimize(static, moving, static_affine, moving_affine, pre_align)
"""
Now let's warp the moving image and see if it gets similar to the static image
"""
warped_moving = mapping.transform(moving)
"""
We plot the overlapped middle slices
"""
regtools.overlay_slices(static, warped_moving, None, 1, 'Static',
'Warped moving', 'warped_moving.png')
"""
.. figure:: warped_moving.png
:align: center
Moving image transformed under the (direct) transformation in green on top
of the static image (in red).
"""
"""
And we can also apply the inverse mapping to verify that the warped static
image is similar to the moving image
"""
warped_static = mapping.transform_inverse(static)
regtools.overlay_slices(warped_static, moving, None, 1, 'Warped static',
'Moving', 'warped_static.png')
"""
.. figure:: warped_static.png
:align: center
Static image transformed under the (inverse) transformation in red on top of
the moving image (in green). Note that the moving image has a lower
resolution.
References
----------
.. [Avants09] Avants, B. B., Epstein, C. L., Grossman, M., & Gee, J. C. (2009).
Symmetric Diffeomorphic Image Registration with Cross-Correlation:
Evaluating Automated Labeling of Elderly and Neurodegenerative Brain, 12(1),
26-41.
.. [Avants11] Avants, B. B., Tustison, N., & Song, G. (2011). Advanced
Normalization Tools (ANTS), 1-35.
.. include:: ../links_names.inc
"""