In article <1994Feb7.211325.869 at earlham.edu>, koprivu at earlham.edu wrote:
> I was wondering whether anyone could give me some information about how
> would one go from TIFF (mac) images to a threedimensional representation
> of the section data?
Easiest and most direct is to use the 3-D extension to NIH Image (freely
and widely available by ftp) to do a projection through your slices - you
have to have very good alignment though and it will not do very good
interpolation bewteen slices (for that you'll need a high end pkg) but it
is certainly useful and will give you a feeling for what kind of points
need to be addressed before you blow a bunch of money and/or time.
> Also I would appreciate if someone could direct me to a newsgroup/conference
> dealing specifically with medical imaging issues.
Check out the comp.graphics newsgroup hierarchy - very useful FAQs, SW
Harry Mangalam, VCO/Micro+Mol Genetics, Irvine Hall, College of Medicine,
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