A.S. Ogir, E.A. Ogir

Èlektron. model. 2017, 39(3):105-118


Visualization of the processed medical images is a mandatory first step to reliable diagnosis, especially with complicated pathologies. To achieve substantial progress in quality of the restored image a significant increase of the accuracy of the information contained therein is required. The article presents an overview of filtration methods, through which it is possible to improve the quality and, accordingly, the informativeness of diagnostic medical images. To obtain the best result, the diagnostic operator can given choose the necessary sequence of filters, depending on the type of the diagnostic image.


medical imaging, echoscopy, bicubic and bilinear interpolation, images filtration.


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