3D Modeling and Visualization of Medical Images

  • Rimpy JainEmail author
  • Manju Mandot
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 797)


One of the most important technological developments in the recent years is the use of computer’s applications in many areas of daily life, work, and research. Bioimage processing has ample range of applications, for instance medical image processing, design of artificial human organs by using X-rays, projection images of trans-axial tomography, and other medical images ensue in radiology, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), ultrasonic scanning (USG), CT scanning, and MRI scanning. The purpose of this paper is to identify the affected area of human body part from any disease, and instead of whole part replacement, only affected area should be removed or replaced. Reducing the complexity for user to use graphical user interface (GUI) can help them to easily acquire the images through CT scan/MRI scan and then generate a 3D model and design a mold for generated artificial object and develop a 3D model.


Medical image processing NMR CT Ultrasonic scanning MRI GUI Open cascade 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.JRN Rajasthan VidhyapeethUdaipurIndia

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