In article <3k6cbe$7h0 at infa.central.susx.ac.uk>, bapa9 at central.susx.ac.uk
(Richard J Goodyear) wrote:
> : Please, e-mail addressing to stdvolp at cribi1.unipd.it>> If anyone has the information, could they post it here too please.
> Richard Goodyear.
The following is a list of software packages, user's notes and other
information relating to medical volume visualization and imaging that I
have collected over the past from Usenet newsgroups, mailing lists, www
and other places. Many thanks to V.C. Arun Kumar and Lance Ladic for their
lists on 3D visualization software. I have NOT tried all of the packages
mentioned in this list, and therefore cannot attest to the quality of some
of them. Please let me know if I have misquoted someone's posting and if
you wish to make corrections and additions to the faq. Also send me a note
if some of the text is out of date or too far off-topic as I don't want
the faq to grow too much with irrelevant info.
I would be interested to hear other user's experiences concerning 2D and
3D-reconstruction of CT, MRI and US-data.
If you find the faq useful I would be happy to receive a postcard from
your hometown or institution mailed to: Matti Haveri, Oulunsuuntie 122D39,
90220 Oulu, Finland.
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Oulu university central hospital
Department of diagnostic radiology
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Irvine, CA, 92717, (714) 824-4824, fax (714) 824 8598
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