Andrew M. Cheeseman

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This article is a tutorial on the methods used to create three-dimensional (3-D) images for use in displaying patient anatomy. This new view into anatomy has developed over the last 10 years from the need of surgeons, radiation therapists, and radiologists to integrate the many images resulting from the recent growth in tomographic imaging including(More)
Stereolithography, a new technique of prototype fabrication developed for the aerospace industry, offers a unique way to display patient anatomy. Like current computer aided design (CAD) systems, it uses digital image data from computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) to produce a physical model. Unlike conventional CAD it does not require a(More)
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