Three-dimensional (3D) rendering of the biomedical images becomes more and more popular first of all in the orthopedics: for pre-op intervention planning, intervention simulation, faster understanding of patient anatomy. Therefore, it is very important to present the imaging data in the detailed and accurate way. The research consists of the studying of the modern methods of the 3D rendering of the biomedical imaging such as volume rendering and cinematic rendering, their advantages, and disadvantages for the end-user, and includes the interviewing of the practicing orthopedics about the usage of the existing 3D rendering models and their satisfaction while using these models. Is it possible to help the physicians in their everyday practice introducing more detailed and accurate 3D models? How the advantages of the new rendering approaches can be used in extremity orthopedics? These are the questions which the study aims to lit the light on. Preliminary results suggest the technology that improves the confidence of the clinicians with the 3D imaging diagnostic.

3D Rendering in Extremity Orthopedics: Overview and Survey / Elena Denisova, Leonardo Manetti, Leonardo Bocchi, Ernesto Iadanza. - ELETTRONICO. - (In corso di stampa), pp. 0-0. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IUPESM World Congress on Medical Physics and Bimedical Engineering 2022.

3D Rendering in Extremity Orthopedics: Overview and Survey

Elena Denisova;Leonardo Manetti;Leonardo Bocchi;Ernesto Iadanza
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Three-dimensional (3D) rendering of the biomedical images becomes more and more popular first of all in the orthopedics: for pre-op intervention planning, intervention simulation, faster understanding of patient anatomy. Therefore, it is very important to present the imaging data in the detailed and accurate way. The research consists of the studying of the modern methods of the 3D rendering of the biomedical imaging such as volume rendering and cinematic rendering, their advantages, and disadvantages for the end-user, and includes the interviewing of the practicing orthopedics about the usage of the existing 3D rendering models and their satisfaction while using these models. Is it possible to help the physicians in their everyday practice introducing more detailed and accurate 3D models? How the advantages of the new rendering approaches can be used in extremity orthopedics? These are the questions which the study aims to lit the light on. Preliminary results suggest the technology that improves the confidence of the clinicians with the 3D imaging diagnostic.
IUPESM World Congress on Medical Physics and Bimedical Engineering 2022
IUPESM World Congress on Medical Physics and Bimedical Engineering 2022
Elena Denisova, Leonardo Manetti, Leonardo Bocchi, Ernesto Iadanza
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Descrizione: Three-dimensional (3D) rendering of the biomedical images becomes more and more popular first of all in the orthopedics: for pre-op intervention planning, intervention simulation, faster understanding of patient anatomy. Therefore, it is very important to present the imaging data in the detailed and accurate way. The research consists of the studying of the modern methods of the 3D rendering of the biomedical imaging such as volume rendering and cinematic rendering, their advantages, and disadvantages for the end-user, and includes the interviewing of the practicing orthopedics about the usage of the existing 3D rendering models and their satisfaction while using these models. Is it possible to help the physicians in their everyday practice introducing more detailed and accurate 3D models? How the advantages of the new rendering approaches can be used in extremity orthopedics? These are the questions which the study aims to lit the light on. Preliminary results suggest the technology that improves the confidence of the clinicians with the 3D imaging diagnostic.
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