I have created a subvolume within a bone to quantify bone volume. Now, I would like to be able to visualize this subvolume within the original volume (ideally in 3D space). I decided to first attempt to overlay only one slice which makes this a 2D problem. I used the imfuse() and it overlayed the images but the subvolume was displayed in the top left corner. I wasn't surprised by this outcome because I'm assuming it's based on the coordinates it is using. However, is there a way to show the original position of the subvolume? The total volume has dimensions 512 X 512 X 301. The subvolume has dimensions 21 X 31 X 6 and it was created using subvolume(V,[150,180,200,220,70,75]). Please let me know if my question is unclear or if more information is required. Thank you.