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P3333.2.1 - IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Three-Dimensional (3D) Medical Modelling

Medical images from Hospitals consist of a 2D data set, providing information of human body as sectioned slices. The human body has morphological structure in 3D space. Therefore, to recognize human organs, 3D reconstruction process is necessary to be reformed using 2D slice. After this, its precise position and shape can be identified. Medical 3D volume image is based on unprocessed 3D medical data which contain a variety of medical information. It determines guidelines, standards of medical 3D technology and 3D volume image's safety and quality. And, these standards describe generation and practical use of medical 3D modeling for diagnostics and therapeutic applications.This standard includes volume rendering and surface rendering techniques for three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction from two-dimensional medical images. Also, it contains texturing method of 3D medical data for the realistic visualization. Standardization related to medical services includes medical equipment utilizing two-dimensional images, three-dimensional medical data, and contents for diagnosis and treatment. Standardization of medial contents, software, and hardware will enhance safety, economically, and quality of the 3D medical services.
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