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Annotated structures found in the training data corpus:
Segmentations: left/right kidney, spleen, liver, left/right lung, urinary bladder, rectus abdominis muscle, 1st lumbar vertebra, pancreas, left/right psoas major muscle, gallbladder, sternum, aorta, trachea, left/right adrenal gland.
20 volumes each for 4 different image modalities and field-of-views, with and without contrast enhancement, which add up to 80 volumes in total.
In each volume, up to 20 structures are segmented. The missing annotations are due to poor visibility of the structures in certain image modalities or due to such structures being outside the field-of-view. Accordingly, in all 80 volumes, a total of 1295 structures are segmented. A breakdown of annotations per anatomy can be seen in figures linked on the left.
Note that the test data will NOT be accessible directly by the participants. Instead, the participants provide us with their compiled annotation executable that can be called in a pre-defined manner to produce results for any input image. The organizers will use those in the VM environment to annotate/evaluate a large set of medical testing images.
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