3D Radiology

Dr Shock
July 30, 2009

3d radiology

The Stanford Radiology 3D Imaging Laboratory uses computed tomography and Magnetic Resonance imaging data to create three-dimensional images of the human body. They also have a Flickr stream with a small set of interesting images from their 3D Radiology Labsite.

Interested in radiology have a look at Radiology Guidance Packages at Webicina.com.

Thanks BoingBoing

 

2 Responses to “3D Radiology”

  1. Radiology has had a 3D imaging service since the 1990s. In the past, all cross-sectional images were shown in 2D axial format, with reconstructions possible in coronal or sagittal planes, or curved replanar format. The plane of imaging now has become irrelevant. Current 3D workstations use ISOVOXEL technology, so there is no loss of resolution in images reformatted in any plane.

  2. Ashley Alfred on July 31st, 2009 at 8:01 am
  3. Why is it so beautifull, to me is one of the most beautifull image I can see. And also one of the most mysterious one

  4. marianasoffer on August 6th, 2009 at 2:19 am
  1. Radiology has had a 3D imaging service since the 1990s. In the past, all cross-sectional images were shown in 2D axial format, with reconstructions possible in coronal or sagittal planes, or curved replanar format. The plane of imaging now has become irrelevant. Current 3D workstations use ISOVOXEL technology, so there is no loss of resolution in images reformatted in any plane.

  2. Ashley Alfred on July 31st, 2009 at 8:01 am
  3. Why is it so beautifull, to me is one of the most beautifull image I can see. And also one of the most mysterious one

  4. marianasoffer on August 6th, 2009 at 2:19 am

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