Chapter 3
Volume Reconstruction

PIC In Volume Reconstruction window, diagnosis can only be established on the basis of CT, MR, MG, and XA series.
PIC The DICOM Viewer supports 16-bit images. If the source data width is significant, data may be partially lost.

It is recommended to use a render device supporting the CUDA technology (preferable) or the OpenCL technology to build a volume model. The settings are described in Section 15.6.3.

On macOS 10.15 and later, it is recommended to use a visualization device that supports Metal polygonal and voxel rendering. The settings are described in Section 15.6.3.

PIC Color tables are needed for displaying voxels representing different density values in different colors for improved perception. The shades on the screen are different from the real shades.
 3.1 View Images
 3.2 Model Projection
 3.3 Actions with Model
 3.4 Model Positioning Tools
  3.4.1 Model Shift
  3.4.2 Model Rotation
  3.4.3 Model Scaling
 3.5 "Select Model Point" Tool
 3.6 The Play Tool
 3.7 Video recording
 3.8 Cutting Tools
  3.8.1 Polygon Cut
  3.8.2 Inverse Polygon Cut
  3.8.3 Delete Area
  3.8.4 Delete All Areas except Selected Area
  3.8.5 Cutting Tools Parameters
  3.8.6 Sphere Cut, Sphere Restore and Restore by Mask Tools
  3.8.7 Tools for intelligent volume editing
  3.8.8 Remove Table
 3.9 Centrate
 3.10 Clipping Box
 3.11 Measurements
  3.11.1 Ruler
  3.11.2 Polygonal Ruler
  3.11.3 Surface ruler
  3.11.4 3D Angle
 3.12 Markers
 3.13 Export Model
  3.13.1 Export Rotation to Series
  3.13.2 Export Rotation to Images
 3.14 Render settings
 3.15 Reconstruction by Series with Varying Distances between Slices
 3.16 Remove Bone Tissue
  3.16.1 Remove Bone Tissue Manually (Interactive)
  3.16.2 Removing Bone Tissue Manually (Automatic)
  3.16.3 Remove Bone Tissue for Fused Series