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Figure 1: The processes of multilayer image fusion are shown in a case of ruptured right middle cerebral artery aneurysm in a 72-year-old man. (a-c) Maximum intensity projection (MIP) images of the head. (d-h) Segmented structures (d, artery; e, venous system; f, brain and soft tissue; g, scalp; and h, skull bone). (i-k) Multilayer fusion images (i and j, fusion image that merged images of the artery, venous system, and skull bone; k, fusion image that merged images of the brain tissue, artery, venous system, and scalp)

Figure 1: The processes of multilayer image fusion are shown in a case of ruptured right middle cerebral artery aneurysm in a 72-year-old man. (a-c) Maximum intensity projection (MIP) images of the head. (d-h) Segmented structures (d, artery; e, venous system; f, brain and soft tissue; g, scalp; and h, skull bone). (i-k) Multilayer fusion images (i and j, fusion image that merged images of the artery, venous system, and skull bone; k, fusion image that merged images of the brain tissue, artery, venous system, and scalp)