Three-dimensional visualization in medicine and biology

  title={Three-dimensional visualization in medicine and biology},
  author={R. A. Robb},
  • R. A. Robb
  • Published 2000
  • Visualizable objects in biology and medicine extend across a vast range of scale, from individual molecules and cells, through the varieties of tissue and interstitial interfaces, to complete organs, organ systems and body parts, and include functional attributes of these systems, such as biophysical, biomechanical and physiological properties. Visualization in three dimensions of such objects and their functions is now possible with the advent of high resolution tomographic scanners and… CONTINUE READING
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