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Title
Segmentation and surface reconstruction of a cadaver heart on Mimics software
Author(s)
D.S. ShinM.S. Chung박형선이상호이승복
Publication Year
2015-08-03
Abstract
The Visible Korean research team used Mimics software (Materialise, Leuven, Belgium) for the segmentation and subsequent surface reconstruction of heart structures using information obtained from sectioned images of a cadaver. Twenty-six heart components were outlined in advance on Photoshop (Adobe Systems, San Jose, CA, USA). By use of the Mimics, the outlined images were then browsed along with the vertical planes as well as the 3-dimensional surface models, which were immediately built by piling the images. Erroneous delineation was readily detected and revised until satisfactory heart models were acquired. The surface models and the selected sectioned images in horizontal, coronal, and sagittal planes were inputted into a PDF file, where any combinations of reconstructed constituents could be displayed and rotated by the user. Mimics software accelerated the segmentation and surface reconstruction of heart anatomical structures. Similar benefits hopefully result from various serial images of other organs. The PDF file, and plane and stereoscopic image data are being distributed to others, and should prove valuable for medical students and clinicians
Keyword
heart; visible human projects; computer-assisted image processing; three-dimensional imaging; user-computer interface
Journal Title
Folia Morphologica
Citation Volume
74
ISSN
0015-5659
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https://repository.kisti.re.kr/handle/10580/14479
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