Stradx: Real-time Acquisition and Visualisation of Freehand 3d Ultrasound Stradx: Real-time Acquisition and Visualisation of Freehand 3d Ultrasound

Conventional freehand 3D ultrasound is a multi-stage process. First, the clinician scans the area of interest. Next, the ultrasound data is used to construct a 3D voxel array, which can then be visualised by, for example, any-plane slicing. The strict separation of data acquisition and visualisation disturbs the interactive nature of the ultrasound… CONTINUE READING