3D Radiological Data
We are currently improving the display of data visualizations on ScienceDirect. As a result, 3D visualizations will not display on ScienceDirect immediately. However, you may still submit your data files and they will appear with your article once the new version is available later in 2018.
About visualizing 3D radiological data
With the 3D Radiological Viewer, radiological data is visualized within an interactive viewer in the article on ScienceDirect.
The 3D Radiological Viewer provides authors and readers with many benefits. It:
enables authors to enrich and extend their articles by optimally expressing the results of research through improved visualization
provides a way for authors to highlight their findings in a visual and easily accessible manner
helps readers quickly understand the relevance of a research paper
lets readers visualize research data for deeper insights and access the underlying data
contributes to a better understanding of experiments described in the article and encourages the reproducibility of science
The 3D Radiological Data Viewer visualizes data obtained from MR, CT, US, etc. imaging modalities in DICOM format. This enables readers to:
browse through available radiological datasets
explore radiological data as 2D series, 2D orthogonal MPR (multiplanar reconstruction), 3D volume rendering and 3D MIP (maximum intensity projection)
zoom, rotate and pan 3D reconstructions
cut through the volume
change opacity and threshold level
download the data
open the viewer in a detached full-screen mode
The Viewer was developed in collaboration with Kitware SAS(opens in new tab/window) and supports all major browsers and mobile devices.
Anterior mediastinal masses in the Framingham Heart Study: Prevalence and CT image characteristics(opens in new tab/window) – European Journal of Radiology Open
Evaluation of MR issues for the latest standard brands of orthopedic metal implants: Plates and screws(opens in new tab/window) – European Journal of Radiology
Custom-fit radiolucent cranial implants for neurophysiological recording and stimulation(opens in new tab/window) – Journal of Neuroscience Methods