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Eurographics State of the Art Reports
Nowadays, a large panel of medical acquisitions devices are made available producing a large amount of information such as high-resolution volumes, temporal sequences or functional images. Although this information helps scientists and physicians better understand the human anatomy and physiology, it becomes more-and-more difficult to analyse and visualise it. In this context, anatomical and functional models that combine multi-modal information are highly demanded. These models aredoi:10.2312/egt.20091071 fatcat:uluo5n7cdre6rptwerau7zxx64