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BodyViz 101: FAQ's

This guide is a basic collection of information to help the new BodyViz user navigate within this unique resource.

FAQ's

Questions?  Please feel free to contact us at fotinos@uthscsa.edu, weedj@uthscsa.edu, or minars@uthscsa.edu.             

Let us know if there are any problems with studies that do not load or render properly.

 

Questions?

FAQ's

  • In coronal view the image is flipped: the heart points to the right and the liver is on the left.
    • In Examiner Mode press the green A button on the XBox controller; the image will flip.

 

  • The study loads with only a white or red screen visible.
    • Change to Tissue Type Mode and run through all tissue types.
    • If still cannot see an image:
      • Try zooming out and clip to middle of study
      • Run through tissue types and colors to bring study into view

 

  • How do I compare studies side by side?
    • Load one study from My BodyViz Studies tab  
    • Use left Stick to move first study to side, do not clear the first study
    • Go back into My BodyViz Studies and load second study
    • Using XBox controller Bumpers, switch between study volumes in Examiner Mode
    • Manipulate positioning with right and left Sticks on controller
    • Manipulate size with Directional Pad on controller
    • More than two studies can be compared at one time

 

  • When comparing studies side by side my tissue types do not match after loading.
    • Use Examiner Mode and XBox controller Bumpers to switch between multiple volumes
    • Tissue types and colors do not automatically adjust when adding multiple volumes
    • User must actively change tissue type and color for each volume when comparing 

 

  • How do I superimpose two studies?
    • Load the same study twice. 
    • Use XBox Bumpers to switch between study volumes in Examiner Mode
    • Manipulate images to the same size using the Directional Pad on XBox controller
    • Make tissue type, color, and clipping decisions for each image
    • Match one study over another by using the XBox left Directional Stick