Hi Renate,
as long as the additional scan is more or less aligned with the T1 in physical 
coordinates (i.e., they appear decently aligned when you open them in 
Freeview), you should be fine and not need to do anything.

Juan Eugenio Iglesias
Senior Research Fellow
Translational Imaging Group
University College London

On 19 Sep 2016, at 14:31, Vaz pandolfo, Renata 
<r...@njit.edu<mailto:r...@njit.edu>> wrote:

Dear Eugenio,

We have another question about the Hippo Sf Segmentation with an additional 

Some of our additional scans (FLAIRs or T2s) have a bigger field of view as 
compared to the T1 (ex.: they cover more of the neck almost up to the shoulders 
of the subjects, while the T1 has the "normal" FoV).

Should the additional scan be cropped or  preprocessed in any way (ex.: bias 
field correction)?  And if so, should we process the T1 in the same way or is 
it generally recommended to just use the raw images?

Thank you!


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