Image registration is a process that can change the viewing point for viewing the image, thereby enabling you to view the patient's anatomy off-axis -- which may help you to see better. In the case of a CT imaging, this means that you can better see bones and joints.
This includes DICOM export and import functionality, the ability to view the images in 3D, and the ability to view up to three different levels of the DICOM dataset at once (for example, image slice, volume slice, and 3D).
Visualizing areas of interest for a physician to confirm diagnoses. Visualization of areas of interest may help in preparation of diagnoses and reports. Manually placing ROIs can be difficult and time consuming. Using a rigid ROI graphical user interface allows you to create and resize ROIs relatively easily.
Manually adding new structures and segmentation of structures and organs within the ROIs -- potentially with certain colors or other distinguishing features. This allows for semi-automated identification of ROIs. d2c66b5586