Segmentation of Cochlea in 3D
The Wolfram Language includes a variety of 3D segmentation techniques such as clustering, region growing, image foresting, and grow-cut, as well as a rich set of functions for post-processing and analyzing the result of the segmentation.
Apply image foresting segmentation and connected components to obtain an initial segmentation of a cochlea.
Extract the cochlea by selecting the largest component and multiply the selected segment by the original volume to visualize the segment.
Visualize the cochlea embedded in the skull.