|Knee MRI: ACL Repair by Dennis Yang|
Then you should try out the open-source Horos software. Alternatively, a PC DICOM-viewing open-source software is 3D Slicer.
In my scientific visualization course in my M.F.A. Medical Illustration program here at RIT, our professor shared with us how to access free, online data sets (ex: Cancer Imaging Archive). Here is an example of a quick animation that's possible in Horos.
I'm sure there are countless applications for this technical skill. Just as an example, here's an illustration I made using one of these unique angles.
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