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1 October 1982 Three-Dimensional Display Of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Images
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We report on the results of a collaboration between two independent research projects. In one, we have been developing a software system for the detection and display of surfaces of organs and organ systems from three-dimensional reconstructions; in the other, we have been developing hardware and software for the three-dimensional reconstruction of objects using nuclear magnetic resonance zeugmatographic imaging. The merging of these two modalities gives us a truly powerful tool for three-dimensional visualization. This is demonstrated by frames from movies illustrating the external and internal three-dimensional structure of organs, such as the brain and the heart, produced by applying the display programs to the nuclear magnetic resonance reconstructions.
Gabor T. Herman, David M. Kramer, Paul C. Lauterbur, Andrew M. Rudin, and Jay S. Schneider "Three-Dimensional Display Of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Images," Optical Engineering 21(5), 215923 (1 October 1982).
Published: 1 October 1982

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