Springer, 2002. — 328.The introduction of computer applications in medical imaging has had a tremendous impact on routine radiological practice in recent years. The possibilities for image processing, presentation and transmission of digitally acquired radiological data are now almost without limits. This book sets out to provide a sorely needed update of our knowledge of the diagnostic potential of 3D imaging and the virtual rendering of images and constitutes a welcome addition to our series Medical Radiology, which aims to cover all important aspects of clinical imaging in modern diagnostic radiology. The editors and the contributing authors have striven to focus not only on the theoretical foundations of digital imaging but also on the clinical value of these new methods. Therefore this volume should be of great interest not only to diagnostic radiologists but also to surgeons.Technique US Image Acquisition CT Image Acquisition: from Single Slice to Multislice MR Image Acquisition: from 2D to 3D Surface Rendering Volume Rendering Virtual Endoscopy Pitfalls and Artefacts in Virtual Endoscopy 3D Image Fusion Clinical Applications Electronic Brain Atlases: Features and Applications Middle and Inner Ear Virtual Endoscopy of Paranasal Sinuses Virtual Laryngoscopy Tracheobronchial Tree Aorta Peripheral Vessels Esophagus and Stomach CT Colonography Virtual Dissection of the Colon Liver Biliary Tract Upper Urinary Tract Lower Urinary Tract Musculoskeletal System Special Topics Analysis of Functional Images Basis and Principles of Virtual Reality in Medical Imaging Head and Hand Tracking Devices in Virtual Reality Computer-Aided Surgery in Otolaryngology Computer-Aided Brain Surgery: Present and Future Computer-Aided Surgery in Orthopaedics
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