Oyekoya, O and Gao, X (2007) Visualization of Volume Information from PET Data. In: (Proceedings) Medical Imaging and Informatics (MIMI 2007).
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The ability of brain imaging methods such as PET (Positron Emission Tomography) data in enabling quantification of human brain function in three dimensions have been useful in clinical diagnosis. Through the use of a diverse range of tracers, PET can provide quantitative measurement about the location of brain activity. To exploit the potential of PET, this research concentrates on using intensity information from the PET data to construct surface and volume information for three-dimensional visualization.
|Title:||Visualization of Volume Information from PET Data|
|Event:||Medical Imaging and Informatics (MIMI 2007)|
|Keywords:||medical image retrieval, 3d visualisation|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science|
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