An inverse 3 D lung deformation analysis for medical visualization

@inproceedings{Santhanam2006AnI3,
  title={An inverse 3 D lung deformation analysis for medical visualization},
  author={Anand P. Santhanam and Jannick P. Rolland},
  year={2006}
}
Medical simulation and visualization of 3D lung deformations is an effective tool for guiding clinical technicians on clinical maneuvers. Technical advances in clinical imaging have led to the extraction of patient-specific 3D static lung models. However, in order to visualize a human subject’s lung deformation at different physical conditions, it is required to animate (or deform) the 3D lung models using a physicallybased method. In this paper we discuss an approach for estimating the subject… CONTINUE READING

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