A Java Implementation of a Three-dimensional Medical Imaging System

A Java Implementation of a Three-dimensional Medical Imaging System

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The goal is to create an intranet-based application that allows a physician with moderate computer experience to view and manipulate a 3D qsketchq of a patient's MR or CT scan results. This 3D medical viewing application is written in Java[Superscript TM] 1.2 and uses the Java 3D[Superscipt TM] API along with other major Java 1.2 technologies and APIs. The paper briefly explores four medical imaging systems currently in use or development that provided the ideas for the feature included in this project. Each of the Java and non-Java technologies used in the project are also examined and described. The system's architecture and implementation are then explored, followed by a description of testing efforts. Since performance is an important factor, the efforts to make the application perform better are also explored.The goal is to create an intranet-based application that allows a physician with moderate computer experience to view and manipulate a 3D aquot;sketchaquot; of a patienta#39;s MR or CT scan results.


Title:A Java Implementation of a Three-dimensional Medical Imaging System
Author: Daniel Allen Keller
Publisher: - 1999
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