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How to display CT volume which corrected with slice thickness in z-axis

Asked by Bualookkaew Sakchatchawan on 12 Oct 2018 at 15:56
Latest activity Commented on by Bualookkaew Sakchatchawan on 14 Oct 2018 at 5:29

Hello everyone

I have a number of CT image and I've done with combined and sorting all of the axial slices to create 3D volume already.

But, I wish to display with the real image size.

I mean in z-axis should show as calculated by slice thickness,

x and y-axis show image size with multiply by pixel spacing by the way.

Now, the matrix of 3D volume is 512x512x78 the pixel spacing is 0.7813 and slice thickness is 2 mm

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thank you

Sine

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If I want to multiply the slice thickness value to show the real image. How can I do it ?

I have no idea how multiplying slice thickness with anything will help you to show any real image, so I can't help you with that. If you have a more clear description of what you want I might be able to help you.

I just want to show the real volume of CT from axial slice to identifying the real ROI shape and volume in 3D.

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