Author | Vassilios Raptopoulos, MD

Articles

Multiplanar reformats raise overall clinical value of CT

December 01, 2006

Cross-sectional image display was first introduced with CT in the 1970s. It had such an impact that the modality was originally called computed axial tomography. Although CT data can be acquired only in the axial plane, it is possible to reformat images in any other plane. The quality of these images depends on the geometry of the voxel.

Multiplanar reformats raise overall clinical value of CT

September 01, 2006

Routine use of MPR images provides structured study that combines image economy and means for 3D representation