Fast Volume Rendering Methods for Voxel-based 2D/3D Registration – A Comparative Study

Roland GOECKE, Juergen Weese, Heidrun Schumann

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    Abstract

    Voxel-based 2D/3D registration enables the use of preoperative 3D CT scans during X-ray fluoroscopy guided interventions for navigation purposes. Both high accuracy and short computation times are crucial. The registration method is described. Most time consuming is the computation of a perspective projection from the 3D data. This paper compares several volume visualisation methods to compute such a projection quickly and accurately. The advantages and disadvantages of the methods in regard to our problem are discussed. Direct volume rendering methods proved to be particularly suitable and two specific methods were evaluated using a clinical dataset. Several optimisations of these methods in regard to 2D/3D registration are discussed and the results of two appropriate optimisations on the test dataset are shown. A method based on a shear-warp factorisation of the viewing transformation combined with runlength encoded data showed the best results.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationFirst International Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration
    Subtitle of host publication(WBIR 1999)
    EditorsFranjo Pernus, Stanislav Kovacic, H. Siegfried Stiehl, Max A. Viergever
    Place of PublicationLjubljana
    PublisherSlovenian Pattern Recognition Society
    Pages89-102
    Number of pages14
    Publication statusPublished - 30 Aug 1999
    EventInternational Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration WBIR’99 - Bled, Slovenia
    Duration: 30 Aug 199931 Aug 1999

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    ConferenceInternational Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration WBIR’99
    Abbreviated titleWBIR'99
    CountrySlovenia
    CityBled
    Period30/08/9931/08/99

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    Volume rendering
    Computerized tomography
    Factorization
    Navigation
    Visualization
    X rays

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    GOECKE, R., Weese, J., & Schumann, H. (1999). Fast Volume Rendering Methods for Voxel-based 2D/3D Registration – A Comparative Study. In F. Pernus, S. Kovacic, H. S. Stiehl, & M. A. Viergever (Eds.), First International Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration: (WBIR 1999) (pp. 89-102). Ljubljana: Slovenian Pattern Recognition Society.
    GOECKE, Roland ; Weese, Juergen ; Schumann, Heidrun. / Fast Volume Rendering Methods for Voxel-based 2D/3D Registration – A Comparative Study. First International Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration: (WBIR 1999). editor / Franjo Pernus ; Stanislav Kovacic ; H. Siegfried Stiehl ; Max A. Viergever. Ljubljana : Slovenian Pattern Recognition Society, 1999. pp. 89-102
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    GOECKE, R, Weese, J & Schumann, H 1999, Fast Volume Rendering Methods for Voxel-based 2D/3D Registration – A Comparative Study. in F Pernus, S Kovacic, HS Stiehl & MA Viergever (eds), First International Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration: (WBIR 1999). Slovenian Pattern Recognition Society, Ljubljana, pp. 89-102, International Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration WBIR’99, Bled, Slovenia, 30/08/99.

    Fast Volume Rendering Methods for Voxel-based 2D/3D Registration – A Comparative Study. / GOECKE, Roland; Weese, Juergen; Schumann, Heidrun.

    First International Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration: (WBIR 1999). ed. / Franjo Pernus; Stanislav Kovacic; H. Siegfried Stiehl; Max A. Viergever. Ljubljana : Slovenian Pattern Recognition Society, 1999. p. 89-102.

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    GOECKE R, Weese J, Schumann H. Fast Volume Rendering Methods for Voxel-based 2D/3D Registration – A Comparative Study. In Pernus F, Kovacic S, Stiehl HS, Viergever MA, editors, First International Workshop on Biomedical Image Registration: (WBIR 1999). Ljubljana: Slovenian Pattern Recognition Society. 1999. p. 89-102