3D reconstruction of highly fragmented bone fractures

@inproceedings{Willis20073DRO,
  title={3D reconstruction of highly fragmented bone fractures},
  author={Andrew R. Willis and Donald Anderson and Thaddeus Thomas and Thomas Brown and J. Lawrence Marsh},
  booktitle={Medical Imaging: Image Processing},
  year={2007}
}
A system for the semi-automatic reconstruction of highly fr agmented bone fractures, developed to aid in treatment planning, is presented. The system aligns bone fragmen t surfaces derived from segmentation of volumetric CT scan data. Each fragment surface is partitioned into inta ctand fracture-surfaces, corresponding more or less to cortical and cancellous bone, respectively. A user then i nteractively selects fracture-surface patches in pairs that coarsely correspond. A final optimization… CONTINUE READING
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