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High-Quality 3D Visualization of In-Situ Ultrasonography

Ivan Viola, Åsmund Birkeland, Veronika Šoltészová , Linn Helljesen, Helwig Hauser, Spiros Kotopoulis, Kim Nylund , Dag M. Ulvang, Ola K. Øye, Trygve Hausken, Odd H. Gilja

INPROCEEDINGS, EG 2013---Dirk Bartz Prize, 2013

Abstract

In recent years medical ultrasound has experienced a rapid development in the quality of real-time 3D ultrasound (US) imaging. The image quality of the 3D volume that was previously possible to achieve within the range of a few seconds, is now possible in a fraction of a second. This technological advance offers entirely new opportunities for the use of US in the clinic. In our project, we investigate how real-time 3D US can be combined with high-performance processing of today's graphics hardware to allow for high-quality 3D visualization and precise navigation during the examination.

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EG 2013---Dirk Bartz Prize

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BibTeX

@inproceedings{Viola2013Dirk,
 Author = {Ivan Viola and {\AA}smund Birkeland and Veronika \v{S}olt{\'e}szov{\'a} 
  and Linn Helljesen and Helwig Hauser and Spiros Kotopoulis and Kim Nylund 
  and Dag M. Ulvang and Ola K. {\O}ye and Trygve Hausken and Odd H. Gilja},
 Booktitle = {EG 2013---Dirk Bartz Prize},
 Doi = {10.2312/conf/EG2013/med/001-004},
 Pages = {1-4},
 Title = {High-Quality 3{D} Visualization of In-Situ Ultrasonography},
 Year = {2013},
 url = {http://diglib.eg.org/EG/DL/conf/EG2013/med/001-004.pdf.abstract.pdf;internal&action=action.digitallibrary.ShowPaperAbstract},
 abstract = {In recent years medical ultrasound has experienced a rapid development 
   in the quality of real-time 3D ultrasound (US) imaging. The image quality of the 
   3D volume that was previously possible to achieve within the range of a few seconds,
   is now possible in a fraction of a second. This technological advance offers 
   entirely new opportunities for the use of US in the clinic. In our project, we 
   investigate how real-time 3D US can be combined with high-performance processing 
   of today's graphics hardware to allow for high-quality 3D visualization and precise 
   navigation during the examination. },



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