Program takes set of slices provided by scanner and estimates tumor volume.
aidScans is a volume estimation application. The program takes a set of object slices provided by a scanner. The software was used for medical imaging purposes, especially for brain tumors (obtained from MRI and CT scanners) volume calculations. The program is useable for breast, chest, liver and another organs tumor calculations as well as in different areas like geology. This is possible because the application supports open input/output formats interfaces which allow easy and fast integration with custom file formats and data exchange with existing applications. Here are some key features of "aidScans":
· multi-image working area, which allows you manipulation and editing of similar slices;
· window/center correction also known as brightness/contrast; manual selection tool;
· auto-selection tool for solid sub-parts with similar density: some types of tumors, hollow spaces, organs etc.;
· border tool for manual separation of different sub-parts but with similar density;
· volume and area estimation dialog;
· 3D-model view of the selected volume;
· input/output formats openness which allows integration with existing software and support of popular and custom data formats.
· .NET Framework 2.0
· 256MB RAM
· 10MB of disk space
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This version of the program comes with in-slice distance estimation tool and slice areas chart.
· The distance estimation tool allows to measure a length between points on a slice: diameter of a tumor, craniometry, distance between eyes, width of a nose etc.
· Slice areas chart illustrates how an area of a marked tumor, organ or body changes from a slice to a slice.