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Abstract #1564

Reconstructing 3D dynamics based on complementary 2D acquisitions: a preliminary case study on speech imaging

Xiaoguang Lu 1 , Peter Speier 2 , Hasan Cetingul 1 , Marie-Pierre Jolly 1 , Michaela Schmidt 2 , Mariappan Nadar 1 , Frank Sauer 1 , and Edgar Mueller 2

1 Corporate Technology, Siemens Corporation, Princeton, New Jersey, United States, 2 Siemens AG, Erlangen, Germany

We describe a general method for reconstructing a sequence of volumes representing 3D dynamics of a target anatomy, e.g., cardiac, tongue, vocal tract, or moving joint, based on densely acquired complementary 2D slices. Speech dynamics imaging is used as a case study for demonstration. Preliminary results have shown promise.

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