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Visualizing organ motion on a cutting plane of the volumetric dataset can be adequately achieved with standard ﬂow visualization techniques [14,13]. Figure 1(a) shows such a rendering. It is evident that rendering only a 2D cutting plane results in losing the anatomical context in the visualization. Furthermore, out-of-plane motion can not be visualized with this approach. For that reason, this work will only discuss 3D visualizations using volume rendering as the technique of choice for providing fast and anatomically preserving volumetric visualizations [3,12].
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AE-CAI 2012, LNCS 7815, pp. 22–33, 2013. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013 Thermal Map Models for RF Cardiac Ablation Therapy 23 while manipulating the catheter. Other eﬀorts have leveraged the use of complex imaging technology to enable visualization and monitoring of therapy delivery in real time . Despite the high quality anatomical and functional information, modalities such as CT and MRI are neither eﬃcient nor practical in the interventional suite due to high cost, lack of accessibility, high radiation dose or high magnetic ﬁelds, and presence of bulky equipment in the operating room.