Operating system:windows 10
You can add a small Python script that observes the slice node and adds this angle information. I would not recommend doing this, as the values are only meaningful if only one (if you introduce certain constraints then two) of the 3 angles is significantly different from zero. For example, it is impossible for a human to decipher what orientation the (LR 28, IS 88, AP 31) angles refer to.
Would you like to use this for getting C-arm anatomical angles (CRA/CAU, RAO/LAO, L-arm)? That is a quite tightly constrained use case, so for that a small Python scripted module could be added. Would you be interested in working on that? (it would be just a tiny Python scripted module, which would observe a view node and display the angles in a corner annotation).
Thank you for your reply. That’s exactly what I want to do. I wanna get C-arm anatomical angles before the operation.I would appreciate your assistance if you could help me.
Do you have experience with Python scripting?
Sorry, I have no experience with Python scripting.
I would appreciate it if you could spare some time to help me resolve the problem.
Even though I have no experience with Python scripting, I can learn.
I look forward to your reply
I am the author of this video. This is a script written a long time ago. If you find it useful, we can communicate.
Thank you so much, I have been looking for you for a long time! I also left a comment on station B, I hope to get your help
teacher Li，have you use SPHARM PDM，can you tell me the priciple，thank you very much
I did not use this, Thanks.
You can find a script that prints anatomical angles (RAO/LAO, CRA/CAU) in the corner of a 3D view in this post.