Display, Volume Rendering, and Surfaces
Medical Imaging Toolbox™ provides tools to visualize 2-D and 3-D medical image data. Interactively display medical images in the Medical Image Labeler app, which automatically orients images in the anterior/posterior, left/right, and inferior/superior directions. Use volume rendering to visualize volumes in 3-D using display presets or customized display settings. You can also publish snapshot images and animations. Outside the app, you can generate and render surfaces for efficient display or 3-D printing or modeling applications. To get started, see Choose Approach for Medical Image Visualization.
|Medical Image Labeler||Interactively explore, label, and publish animations of 2-D or 3-D medical image data (Since R2022b)|
Display Image Frames and Slices
Display Image Volumes
|Display medical image slices or frames as montage in patient coordinates (Since R2023a)|
|Display medical volume in patient coordinates (Since R2023a)|
|Create 3-D viewer object (Since R2022b)|
|Display surface in 3-D viewer (Since R2022b)|
|Browse slices of medical image volume in patient coordinates (Since R2023a)|
- Choose Approach for Medical Image Visualization
Discover tools for viewing 2-D images, multiframe image series, and 3-D image volumes.
- Visualize 3-D Medical Image Data Using Medical Image Labeler
Interactively explore and export snapshots and animations of medical image data.
- Display Medical Image Volume in Patient Coordinate System
Visualize volumetric CT data with anisotropic voxel dimensions in the patient coordinate system.
- Display Labeled Medical Image Volume in Patient Coordinate System
Visualize labeled volumetric CT data as 3-D volumes and orthogonal slice planes.
- Create STL Surface Model of Femur Bone for 3-D Printing
Convert a segmentation mask from a CT image into an STL surface model suitable for 3-D printing.
- Create and Display 3-D Mask of DICOM-RT Contour Data
Create a binary mask of ROI data stored in the metadata of a DICOM-RT structure set file, and display the mask as an overlay on the underlying image data.
- Medical Image-Based Finite Element Analysis of Spine
Estimate bone stress and strain in a vertebra bone under axial compression using finite element (FE) analysis.