Importing Freesurfer pial surface into CURRY gives great visual representation of SEEG electrode locations. In the figure above, the screenshot was taken of a left lateral view of the pial surface model and then copied into PowerPoint where the labels were added.
In CURRY 8 you can import Freesurfer segmentation results such as the pial surface (lh.pial and rh.pial) files. You will need to co-register the Freesurfer files using the T1.mgz image data file.
To import your Freesurfer anatomy files into CURRY follow these steps:
- You will need lh.pial, rh.pial & T1mgz.
- Add T1.mgz to (Insert Image Data File) to the patient study
- Switch to Freesurfer coordinates (Freesurfer, NiftTi (R,A,S)
- Go to the Results panel, right-click on Surfaces and load lh.pial, hit OK.
- Hit No when asked to Add color intensity.
- CURRY will then ask you if you want to load the contents of rh.pial. Hit Yes.
- When finished, you should see lh.pial rh.pial in the Results and Objects list. Both left and right hemispheres have been combined.
- You now have your Freesurfer brain.