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By Scott A. Lipson

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29 Chapter 4 Image Reconstruction and Review Data acquisition with MDCT scanners is relatively straightforward. Scanners offer a fixed number of slice thickness options, and other variables are controlled in predictable ways for different examinations. When it comes to image reconstruction and review however, the opposite is true. There are almost an unlimited number of ways to reconstruct and view an MDCT data set, and no one right way to do it. Many of the choices made depend on variables that are site and radiologist dependent and have nothing to do with the scanner or the examination performed.

Learning curve may be significant, particularly for nonvascular uses. Surface rendering Musculoskeletal (MSK) imaging. Excellent 3D technique to demonstrate anatomy and pathology of osseous structures. Short learning curve. Much of the data are discarded to produce the image. Volume rendering is superior for almost all nonMSK applications Volume rendering Any examination that would benefit from 3D imaging. Most versatile and useful 3D imaging technique. Can benefit a wide range of vascular and nonvascular cases, particularly when combined with effective segmentation techniques.

J Comput Assist Tomogr 1995;19:216–220. 29 Chapter 4 Image Reconstruction and Review Data acquisition with MDCT scanners is relatively straightforward. Scanners offer a fixed number of slice thickness options, and other variables are controlled in predictable ways for different examinations. When it comes to image reconstruction and review however, the opposite is true. There are almost an unlimited number of ways to reconstruct and view an MDCT data set, and no one right way to do it. Many of the choices made depend on variables that are site and radiologist dependent and have nothing to do with the scanner or the examination performed.

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