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Issue No.04 - Apr. (2014 vol.47)
pp: 76-79
ABSTRACT
Great progress has been made in standardizing 2D medical images, but the standardization of 3D medical models is still lacking. The first Web extra at http://youtu.be/J_h3Pcono7A is a video in which a shoulder muscle is rendered based on a fresh cadaver and then laid out on a computer. The pattern is then applied to a 3D model of a shoulder, with corresponding muscle layers and connections to the bones. The second Web extra at http://youtu.be/u5eVGIuhPUA is a video in which flexion and extension range of motion and movement of the upper arm are applied to a 3D model. The third Web extra http://youtu.be/wS4NPn08NKI is a video rendering showing liquid simulation for realistic virtual surgery and medical communication. The fourth Web extra at http://youtu.be/YZ5PWZyS4E0 is a video rendering showing a colon cancer surgery simulation for realistic virtual surgery and medical communication. The fifth Web extra at http://youtu.be/QN5iJhX8PQ4 is a video rendering showing an arthroscopic surgery simulation for realistic virtual surgery and medical communication.
INDEX TERMS
Three-dimensional displays, Solid modeling, Medical diagnostic imaging, Computational modeling, Biomedical image processing, Data models,healthcare, medical 3D imaging, 3D imaging, standardization
CITATION
Jooyoung Kim, "Standardizing 3D Medical Imaging", Computer, vol.47, no. 4, pp. 76-79, Apr. 2014, doi:10.1109/MC.2014.103
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