I think you can use 1006 (left) and 2006 (right)

cheers
Bruce
On Tue, 12 Jun 2018, Erik 
O'Hanlon wrote:

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> Hi Bruce,
>
>
> Thanks. So if I use the following command
>
> mri_extract_Label aparc+aseg.mgz 216 EC.mgz
>
> would that give me both L and right EC extracted? is there any way to get the 
> left and right separately?
>
>
> Thanks so much for the help
>
>
> cheers
>
>
> Erik
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> Hi Erik
>
> yes, you can apply mri_extract_label to the aparc+aseg.mgz to extract EC
> as a volume mask
>
> cheers
> Bruce
> On Tue, 12 Jun 2018, Erik O'Hanlon wrote:
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>> Hi FS experts ,
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>> I'd like to make masks for the entorhinal cortex to use for tractography. 
>> Can you advise what FS tool should be used? I've used the mri_extract_label 
>> for my hippocampal masks but not sure what files to use to extract EC ? I'm 
>> sure it's straightforward
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>>
>> Thanks for any advice
>>
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>> Best regards
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>> Erik
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