4D Quantitative Imaging Center

USC 4D Quantitative Imaging Center offers a new service for patient care and research that provides state of the art digital image processing and quantitation. This facility at the Keck Medical Center of USC and Keck School of Medicine enables 3D and 4D (time resolved dynamic and perfusion) reconstruction of Ultrasound, CT and MR images. This application of technology provides sophisticated and quantitative evaluation of imaging data.

We have the following applications:

  • 2D/3D Filming of CT and MR images
  • DICOM, BMP, JPEG image storage
  • AVI, MPEG, Quick Time movie storage
  • 2D Image Reading Mode, High Speed Paging
  • Scout Image Linkage
  • 2D Viewer/DICOM Viewer of CD/DVD outside images
  • 3D Volume Rendering Real time (Shaded, Non-Shaded)
  • Real-Time MIP/MinIP/Laysum/Surface Rendering (SSD)
  • Curved MPR(CPR)/Thin Slab MIP/Sliding Thin Slab MIP
  • Virtual Endoscopy
  • Multi-Volume, Multi-Layer
  • Color Mapping(template)/Illuminant Adjustment
  • Multi-Angle, Multi-Slice Reformation
  • 2D Measurements (Area, Volume, Profile, Histogram, Time Density Curve)
  • 3D Measurements (Distance, Angle, Volume)
  • 3D Plate Insertion, MPR Image Insertion

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Last modified: May 19, 2016