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Hi,

my medical images have a resolution of 0.5 x 0.5 x 1.25 mm, and I want to construct a 3D binary matrix of some lesions' segmentation, considering this anisotropy. How could I rescale or reshape my 3D image in order to take in accound these anisotropic voxels for calculating the volume, for example?

Thanks!