A computer graphical technique is described for reconstructing the three-dimensional geometry of the human left ventricle of the heart from biplane cineangiograms. The views used are right and left anterior oblique. The reconstructed shape is intended for three-dimensional mesh generation for finite element stress analysis, but may also be useful for clinical diagnostic purposes and for cavity volume calculation throughout the cardiac cycle.

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