This paper extends the results of Part I to estimates of threeâ€�dimensional anatomy and morphology obtained form measurements on a projection plane. Ambiguities and overlap obscuration in projections are discussed. Estimates of vascular (angiography) network geometry are easily obtained and applications to particle volume, surface area, spacing, and number are possible.
- BIOMEDICAL RADIOGRAPHY
- BLOOD VESSELS
- IMAGE PROCESSING
- THREEâDIMENSIONAL CALCULATIONS
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging