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The automated analysis of 3D medical images can improve both diagnosis and therapy significantly. This automation raises a number of new fascinating research problems in the fields of computer vision, graphics and robotics. In this paper, I propose a list of such problems after a review of the current major 3D imaging modalities, and a description of the related medical needs. I then present some of the past and current work done in our research group EPIDAURE* at INRIA, on the followingdoi:10.1016/0262-8856(95)99717-f fatcat:r2on35nba5ap7h2ojxa4zfrf64