Author | William C. Small MD, PhD

Articles

Three-D postprocessing shines in abdomen, pelvis

February 19, 2008

Moviegoers may relegate those red- and green-lensed cardboard glasses worn while watching 3D movies to a bygone era. But the release of a spate of animated movies in true digital 3D format over the past several years proclaims the comeback of this exciting genre. In an unlikely comparison, 3D diagnostic imaging, buoyed by recent technological advances, is also beginning to hit its stride and could herald a new imaging paradigm in multislice CT.

3D postprocessing techniques shine in abdomen and pelvis

November 01, 2007

Moviegoers may relegate those red- and green-lensed cardboard glasses worn while watching 3D movies to a bygone era. But the release of a spate of animated movies in true digital 3D format over the past several years proclaims the comeback of this exciting genre. In an unlikely comparison, 3D diagnostic imaging, buoyed by recent technological advances, is also beginning to hit its stride and could herald a new imaging paradigm in multislice CT.