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MedINRIA: Medical Image Navigation and Research Tool by INRIA

Abstract : Processing and visualization of 3D medical data is nowadays a common problem. However, it remains challenging because the diversification and complexification of the available sources of information, as well as the specific requirements of clinicians, make it difficult to solve in a computer science point of view. Indeed, clinicians need ergonomic, efficient, intuitive and reactive softwares. Moreover, they need new solutions to fully exploit their data, but they often cannot access state-of-the-art methods as those are mostly available in complicated softwares. The MedINRIA software was born to fill this lack and consists of a collection of tools that optimally exploit various types of data (e.g., 3D images, diffusion tensor fields, neural fibers as obtained in DT-MRI). It provides state-of-the-art algorithms while keeping a user-friendly graph-ical interface. For each of these tools, we first introduce its dedicated application and the processing methods it contains. Then, we focus on the features that make interactions with data even more intuitive. Med-INRIA is a free software, available on Windows, Linux and MacOSX. Other MedINRIA tools are underway to make cutting edge research in medical imaging rapidly available to clinicians. The interest clinicians have shown in MedINRIA so far indicates that the need of such simple, yet powerful softwares is real and increasing.
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Nicolas Toussaint, Jean-Christophe Souplet, Pierre Fillard. MedINRIA: Medical Image Navigation and Research Tool by INRIA. Proc. of MICCAI'07 Workshop on Interaction in medical image analysis and visualization, 2007, Brisbane, Australia, Australia. ⟨inria-00616047⟩



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