This feature allows annotations made in the axial plane to be seamlessly projected onto the sagittal and coronal planes, allowing more radiology use cases to be labeled in V7.
Comprehensive Insight: You can now annotate in the axial, sagittal, and coronal planes, enabling a thorough understanding of anatomical structures from multiple perspectives
Efficient Workflow: Editing annotations in all planes becomes effortless, streamlining the process and minimizing errors
To use our Multi-Planar Annotation functionality you must have:
- A DICOM or NIfTI file that has been extracted into the axial, sagittal, and coronal planes
- A Mask class created for this dataset
After this - you are free to start creating Masks using the Brush Tool or Polygon Tool in any of the 3 planes, and you will see the annotations projected into the other views.
The multi-planar annotation feature is most beneficial when it is used in parallel with the Crosshairs Tool and the Zoom Tool
Multi-planar annotations are currently supported for axially acquired scans only.
Updated about 1 month ago