1 January 1986 3D Reconstruction For The Detection Of Cranial Anomalies
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There is a growing interest in the use of three-dimensional (3D) cranial reconstruction from CT scans for surgical planning. A low-cost imaging system has been developed, which provides pseudo-3D images which may be manipulated to reveal the craniofacial skeleton as a whole or any particular component region. The contrast between congenital (hydrocephalic), normocephalic and acquired (carcinoma of the maxillary sinus) anomalous cranial forms demonstrates the potential of this system.
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B. Kettner, B. Kettner, S. Shalev, S. Shalev, C. Lavelle, C. Lavelle, } "3D Reconstruction For The Detection Of Cranial Anomalies", Proc. SPIE 0671, Physics and Engineering of Computerized Multidimensional Imaging and Processing, (1 January 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.966693; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.966693
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