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Research Article

Automatic Myotendinous Junction Tracking in Ultrasound Images with Phase-Based Segmentation

Figure 4

An example of effective MTJ region segmentation from the image shown in Figure 3: (a) the LRT results on the oriented phase map shown in Figure 3(b); (b) the intersection of LRT on the image shown in Figure 3(a); (c) the result of the tendinous region; (d) the effective MTJ region segmentation result. Yellow lines are the lines detected by LRT on the oriented phase map. The circles of yellow and red represent the MTJ identified by the intersections of LRT and manual measurements, respectively.
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