Surface interpolation from sparse cross sections using region correspondence

@article{Treece2000SurfaceIF,
  title={Surface interpolation from sparse cross sections using region correspondence},
  author={Graham M. Treece and Richard W. Prager and Andrew H. Gee and Laurence H. Berman},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={1106-1114}
}
The ability to estimate a surface from a set of cross sections allows calculation of the enclosed volume and the display of the surface in three-dimensions. This process has increasingly been used to derive useful information from medical data. However, extracting the cross sections (segmenting) can be very difficult, and automatic segmentation methods are not sufficiently robust to handle all situations. Hence, it is an advantage if the surface reconstruction algorithm can work effectively on… CONTINUE READING

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