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Three-Dimensional Reconstruction From Serial Sections For Medical Applications
Author(s): Prakairut N. Cook; Solomon Batnitzky; Kyo Rak Lee; Errol Levine; Hilton I. Price; David F. Preston; Larry T. Cook; Steven L. Fritz; William Anderson; Samuel J. Dwyer III
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Paper Abstract

Three-dimensional display algorithms using computer graphics are evaluated for potential clinical utilization. The authors are utilizing triangular tiles for organ surface reconstruction based on contour information generated from computed tomography (CT), ultrasound examinations, and nuclear medicine examinations. Comparisons have been established among several triangular tiling algorithms which include the number of points required to adequately specify the contours, computer execution time, and the errors in reconstruction. The triangular tiling algorithm provides a means for accurately estimating the volume and surface area of the desired anatomic sites. Examples of studies include brain lesions, computed tomography radiation treatment plans, spleen, and nuclear medicine slant hole camera studies.

Paper Details

Date Published: 29 October 1981
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 0283, Three-Dimensional Machine Perception, (29 October 1981); doi: 10.1117/12.931996
Show Author Affiliations
Prakairut N. Cook, University of Kansas (United States)
Solomon Batnitzky, University of Kansas (United States)
Kyo Rak Lee, University of Kansas (United States)
Errol Levine, University of Kansas (United States)
Hilton I. Price, University of Kansas (United States)
David F. Preston, University of Kansas (United States)
Larry T. Cook, University of Kansas (United States)
Steven L. Fritz, University of Kansas (United States)
William Anderson, University of Kansas (United States)
Samuel J. Dwyer III, University of Kansas (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0283:
Three-Dimensional Machine Perception
Bruce R. Altschuler, Editor(s)

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