C-T Scan of Lungs: 3 Dimensional Shaded Surface Display (3D SSD): full opacity shown in the left panel and
reduced opacity (30%) as shown in the right panel to better visualize the interior of the organ(s).
3D SSD: blending of each lung following segmentation, transparent.
(An opacity table is applied to the results so that surfaces from internal features can also be visualized.)
This is one application of nuclear imagining utilizing the C-T scan.
Visuals and descriptions are from Wikimedia.com
C-T scan of a C-A-T:
Not really. It is one person’s drawing of what is inside a cat. Not even close, folks.
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