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In recent years three dimensional (3D) imaging has played an important role in medicine. 3D imaging has shown real promises for medical applications in generaL The acquisition and manipulation of images by using non-invasive techniques is getting more and more important in diagnostic and therapy planning. Recent advances in drug therapy have prompted clinicians to seek more objective methods for assessing treatment efficacy and determining the best course of action for a given patient. Our primary focus is to manipulate two dimensional (2D) medical image data that often come in as Magnetic Resonance and reconstruct them into three dimensional (3D) volumetric images.
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