Hi Jason

this is what control points are designed to fix. Why don't they help?
Tue, 20 Sep 2016, Jason Tourville wrote:

> Hello freesurfers,We've seen some poor surface reconstructions due to local
> inhomogeneities that remain in the brainmask volume. We see omission of
> significant portions of brain tissue due to signal fall off (both gray and
> white voxels are darker than in surrounding area) that we are unable to
> current through control points or other manual interventions. Can anyone
> suggest a tool for correcting latent local inhomogeneities? Is anyone aware
> of a manual tool that allows one to "brighten" the voxels from some point
> outward at some falloff rate?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Best,
> Jason
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