Integrated presentation of 3D data derived from multi-sensor imagery and anatomical atlases using a parallel processing system

PE Undrill, G Cameron, M J Cookson, C Davies, N L Robinson, Andrew Hill, Timothy Cootes, Christopher Taylor, A Thornham, J Wysocki, Heather M Liddell, D Parkinson, Y M Kim (Editor)

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    Abstract

    The MIRIAD project (Medical Image Reconstruction, Interpretation and Display) brings together a multi-disciplinary team with the objectives of exploring interactive presentation and model-based interpretation of three-dimensional medical images taken from high and low resolution studies respectively. A digitised atlas of normal anatomy can then be used to provide the personal atlas by which the medical image can be appraised and quantified.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProc.SPIE
    Subtitle of host publicationMedical Imaging VI : Image Capture, Formatting, and Display
    Place of PublicationCalifornia
    PublisherSPIE
    Number of pages15
    Volume1653
    Publication statusPublished - 1992

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    Undrill, PE., Cameron, G., Cookson, M. J., Davies, C., Robinson, N. L., Hill, A., Cootes, T., Taylor, C., Thornham, A., Wysocki, J., Liddell, H. M., Parkinson, D., & Kim, Y. M. (Ed.) (1992). Integrated presentation of 3D data derived from multi-sensor imagery and anatomical atlases using a parallel processing system. In Proc.SPIE: Medical Imaging VI : Image Capture, Formatting, and Display (Vol. 1653). SPIE.