ITK-SNAP is a tool for segmenting anatomical structures in medical images. It provides an automatic active contour segmentation pipeline, along with supporting manual segmentation toolbox. ITK-SNAP has a full-featured UI aimed at clinical researchers.

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  • Automatic segmentation of 3D medical images using active contour methods
  • Dynamic navigation with 3D cursor linked across multiple windows and sesssions
  • A set of tools for manual and computer-assisted manual segmentation
  • Support for many image formats, including color images
  • A mature, easy to use GUI with extensive documentation

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  • Great segmentation tool to use in medicine. Simple user interface and accurate algorithms make it one of the best in class.

  • lovely

  • The best manual segmentation tool available, imho.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Nice and Easy to use.

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