3 D Reconstruction from Multiview Medical X-ray Images – Review and Evaluation of Existing Methods

@inproceedings{Hosseinian20153DR,
  title={3 D Reconstruction from Multiview Medical X-ray Images – Review and Evaluation of Existing Methods},
  author={Sahar Hosseinian and Hossein. Arefi},
  year={2015}
}
The 3D concept is extremely important in clinical studies of human body. Accurate 3D models of bony structures are currently required in clinical routine for diagnosis, patient follow-up, surgical planning, computer assisted surgery and biomechanical applications. However, 3D conventional medical imaging techniques such as computed tomography (CT) scan and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) have serious limitations such as using in non-weight-bearing positions, costs and high radiation dose(for… CONTINUE READING

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