With ever-increasing volumes of data coming out of CT and MR modalities, the value offered by 3D reconstruction also increases. I’m not aware of many folk doing large volumes of 3D reporting or review but it should be treated with caution.
Simple volumetric reconstruction onto a normal monitor can be supplemented by the developing 3D visualisation technologies now becoming mainstream. Indeed, the most popular Open Source viewing application – Osirix – has a facility for visualising 3D with red/green glasses.
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