I’m working on MRI to segment cheek fat volume and often I have one serie of few images for axial axe, one serie for coronal axe, one serie for sagittal axe (for one patient, one IRM). To get a better volume segmentation I would like to stitch these series. Stitch volume module can help me to match differents axes or it is for differents series of the same axe?
As currently written, the Stitch Volumes module only works for stitching together image volumes which are distributed along one axis (like a series of CT or MR volumes taken at different table position stations). Trying to combine overlapping MR imaging with higher resolution in differing orientations is a very different problem and would require a different approach. This is a common desire because this is often how clinical imaging is collected, but there is not a commonly-used, effective way to generate a high resolution volume from multiple anisotropic image volumes (at least not that I am aware of).
Here are some links to other discussions where someone wanted to do this where you can find some explanations and suggestions: