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The 3D ultrasound systems produce much better reproductions than 2D ultrasound, but their prohibitively high cost deprives many less affluent organization this benefit. This paper proposes using the conventional 2D ultrasound equipment readily available in most hospitals, along with a single conventional digital camera, to construct 3D ultrasound images.(More)
With the advent of telemedicine, automated techniques, compression, modelling, and presenting pertinent medical information the best way is imperative for remote diagnosis and second opinion examinations. In the case of liver diseases, this paper presents a proposal for an automated system that aims to highlight, model and present better 3D visualisation,(More)
This article proposes a set-up for a 3-dimensional ultrasound system using visual probe localization on the conventional 2-dimensional ultrasound machines readily available in most hospitals. A calibrated digital camera is used for probe-tracking (localization) purposes, whereas ultrasound probe calibration is implemented using a purpose-built phantom. The(More)
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