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Using a fine-grain parallel processor to achieved 3D medical image visualisation within the MIRIAD project

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2 Author(s)
Cameron, G.G. ; Dept. of BioMed. Phys. & BioEng., Aberdeen Univ., UK ; Undrill, P.E.

The authors describe part of the work of the IED research project MIRIAD, `Medical Image Reconstruction Interpretation Display', The project as a whole has a strong interest in volume imaging. The problems being addressed include those inherent in human interaction with these large datasets (presentation, control interface) and also the goal of true multi-modal image interpretation, combining the predominantly anatomical information derived from Magnetic Resonance or X-ray CT images with the highly function-related modalities such as Single Photon emission tomography or Positron emission tomography, as well as referencing these to a gold standard such as a digital atlas derived from the study of normal anatomy

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3-D Imaging Techniques for Medicine, IEE Colloquium on

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18 Apr 1991