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MPR and 3D Reconstructions feature requests (please!)

Nov 18, 2020 12:25 AM
by luckman88
First, congratulations on an amazing program. As a consulting Radiologist, I'm very impressed with your software. I'm using RadiAnt primarily for research and review. In several respects, it performs better than the software we use at the enterprise-level. Your interface is simple, clean and fast!

My requests to improve MPR / 3D Reconstructions:
(1) Add ability to automatically subtract bone (or give users a histogram in order for them to eliminate voxels in a certain density range).

(2) Add cut-planes to 3D reconstructions so that a portion of a volume can be eliminated from the reconstruction (for instance the anterior one-half of a volume). This would allow the user to perform a virtual dissection in any plane.

(3) Export finished 3D and MPR models as a parallel planar or radial range.

Again, many thanks for this excellent software and best wishes for continued success.
Nov 18, 2020 10:23 AM
by RadiAnt
Thank you for your kind words and the suggestions!
We plan to add those features in future versions.
Could you only elaborate on #3? What kind of export do you mean?
Nov 22, 2020 05:00 AM
by Guest
Hi, sorry for the late reply. On many post-processing applications, you are able to export finished models at defined intervals.

As an example, consider a stack of coronal images. Currently, your software allows you to export a single JPEG of the currently-viewed coronal image. However, let's say I wanted to export the entire stack of images from anterior to posterior at 3mm thick slices every 5mm. Therefore, I might expect a total of 20 JPGs to be exported as a "parallel range". These could be individual JPEGs or a new DICOM series.

As another example, if I have constructed a 3D model, I might want to rotate around the model every 10 degrees along a defined plane for a total of 36 images, i.e. a "radial range". I realize you already have an excellent tool to export a fly-through movie using the "3D Snapshots" feature but I know many academic radiologists (including myself) who find it useful to have high-quality individual images exported from an entire range for lectures and teaching.

Again, congratulations on an excellent product.
Nov 23, 2020 04:22 PM
by RadiAnt
Thanks for the explanations! Now it's perfectly clear. We'll try to add such exports in one of the future releases.
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