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Principles and performance of virtual CT and MRI intraluminal endoscopy

  • M. Dousset
  • D. Buthiau
  • C. Dugas
  • J.-D. Picard
  • J.-C. Piette
  • J.M. Ziza
  • B. Wechsler
  • A. Ducolombier
  • P. Lapresle
  • D. Grosskopf
  • F. Bolgert
  • G. Michaux
  • N. Delépine
  • G. Delépine
  • G. Lefebvre
  • Y. Darbois
  • D. Dargent
  • G. N. Hortobagyi
  • D. Khayat

Abstract

Technical improvements in high resolution CT acquisition and fast imaging MR imaging, coupled with advanced 2D or 3D computer graphics, have permitted interactive 3D visualization in medical imaging.

Keywords

Gradient Echo High Field System Pulse Sequence Optimization Intraluminal Endoscopy Endoscopic Magnetic Resonance Imaging 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Dousset
  • D. Buthiau
  • C. Dugas
  • J.-D. Picard
  • J.-C. Piette
  • J.M. Ziza
  • B. Wechsler
  • A. Ducolombier
  • P. Lapresle
  • D. Grosskopf
  • F. Bolgert
  • G. Michaux
  • N. Delépine
  • G. Delépine
  • G. Lefebvre
  • Y. Darbois
  • D. Dargent
  • G. N. Hortobagyi
  • D. Khayat

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