Holograph versus maximum-intensity projection display of neurovascular anatomy and pathology
We compared the commonly used maximum-intensity projection (MIP) algorithm for extracting information for three-dimensional (3D) rendering with a holographic technique for true 3D volume display. The holographic technique uses all the data generated by magnetic resonance angiography, whereas MIP selects only certain data to create a rendering.
Key wordsHolography Maximum-intensity projection
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