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20 October 1993 Three-dimensional visualization of cerebral blood vessels
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A three-dimensional representation of the vascular networks is of major importance for quantitative diagnosis and for surgical planning. This paper describes work in progress concerning a new method of three-dimensional reconstruction of the cerebral blood vessels from the digital subtraction angiographic image sequence. The proposed method is based on the image acquisition geometry of angiographic system. The reconstructed three-dimensional image can be used to visualize the anatomy of cerebral blood vessels.
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Tsuneo Saito, Koichi Honda, Katsuhiko Tonami, and Hiroyuki Kudo "Three-dimensional visualization of cerebral blood vessels", Proc. SPIE 2028, Applications of Digital Image Processing XVI, (20 October 1993); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.158625
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