Neuroimaging for foetus brain is a challenging problem in which there are several issues to be solved. We proposed a general solution and finally reconstruct the lateral ventricle volume that is of great significance for clinical study. Firstly, slices were realigned to correct for the motion between acquisition of individual slices including transposition and rotation. Secondly, slices with motion artefacts were excluded and inconsistencies in intensity patterns resulting from the motion were estimated and corrected for. Thirdly, the structure of lateral ventricle was segmented via adaptive segmentation. Finally, the volume was reconstructed from irregularly sampled data.