We are excited to announce that the 3D Slicer TotalSegmentator extension is now compatible with TotalSegmentator v2!
TotalSegmentator stands out as a powerful tool, proficient in segmenting up to 117 classes in CT images. It is robust, fast, comprehensive, and can even be run without a GPU. Given its training on a vast variety of CT images - spanning different scanners, institutions, and protocols - it works consistently well across a broad spectrum of images.
These new structures are available in the freely available “total” (full-body CT segmentation) model: skull, sternum, costal cartilages, lumbosacral joint (S1), spinal cord, thyroid gland, prostate, brachiocephalic vein (left, right, trunk), common carotid artery (left/right), left atrial appendage, subclavian artery (left/right), pulmonary vein, superior vena cava, kidney cyst.
Additional freely usable models (including some less robust, experimental ones): body surface, vertebral bodies, lung vessels, cerebral bleed, hip implants, coronary arteries, pleural and pericardial effusion.
New models with restricted license (free for academic use with some limitations; or paid commercial license) are also available, such as appendicular bones (patella, tibia, fibula, tarsal, metatarsal, feet phalanges; ulna, radius, carpal, metacarpal, hand phalanges) and tissue types (subcutaneous fat, skeletal muscle, torso fat).
Detailed description of all updates in TotalSegmentator v2 is available here.
To try these enhancements, install latest Slicer Preview Release (version 5.5.0 - rev32251, or later) and the TotalSegmentator extension.
Thank you for @wasserth for keeping developing TotalSegmentator, @lassoan for maintaining the Slicer extension, and @fedorov and @dclunie for helping with updating standard terminology for all the new structures.