A new version of Hyper-Fractal Analysis: .Net WPF module for RGB 3D reconstruction of medical three-channel images

Published: 31 March 2022| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/z9knmny56p.3
M. Opritescu,


In Grossu et al. (2022) [1] we presented a module for fractal analysis of three-channel (most commonly CT: native, arterial contrast, and venous contrast) medical images stored in csv specific files coming from various sources (CT, MRI etc). In current paper we extended these functionalities to file series. We also developed a .Net WPF user control (a “three-dimensional Picture Box”) for facilitating 3D image reconstruction. For a better representation, the application allows various ways of filtering and highlighting the volumes of interest (specify parallelepipedal selections, apply classical or fuzzy band-pass filters, set voxel transparency and/or slice spacing, and representing each slice matrix component on a separated RGB channel).



Computational Physics, Medical Physics, Fractal