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  • Nasal cavity with paranasal sinuses By valchanov

    This is my latest version of my paranasal sinuses model with emphasis on the nasal cavity. Every cavity is connected and can be reached with endoscope as an otorhynolaryngological training model. The wall thickness is 0,6mm. For best results, use transparent material with water or oil soluble support.  paranasal, sinuses, osteology, ethmoid, sinus, paranasal, septum, nasal, maxillary, turbinate, otorhynolaryngology, 3d, model, stl, frontal, sphenoid, facial
  • 3D Printable Lace Skull, Half-Size By Dr. Mike

    This half-size skull with web-like texture was created from a real CT scan. The beautiful lace-like structure not only makes the piece aesthetically interesting and strong, but also reduces material cost when 3D printing. The file is in STL format. This is the half-size version. A full-size version is also available here.     Please share your 3D printable creations in the File Vault as I have shared mine with you. Feel free to print this model for your own personal us
  • Left Bony Labyrinth By Nicola

    This file is a micro segmentation of bony labyrinth taken from a CT scan. I paid particular attention to the vestibule bone with its 2 windows, the cochlea and the semicircular canals. To exhibit all bony labyrinth I eliminated the middle ear structures, but I kept the hammer, the incus and the facial nerve canal. you can observe the course of the facial nerve canal in its three portions with two knees and with his natural dehiscences. I also left in place the internal auditory canal and the i
  • 3D Printable Human Heart model (Improved) with stackable slices, STL format By Dr. Mike

    This 3D printable model of a human heart was generated from a contrast enhanced CT scan.  This model is an improvement over a prior version (here). It shows the heart with slices cut in the anatomical transverse plane. If you are interested in a heart with short-axis slices, check out my short-axis stackable slice model here. Notches have been added to ensure the slices fit together and do not slide against each other. The model demonstrates the detailed anatomy of the human heart in exquisit
  • Full head HD set - bones and soft tissues By valchanov

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    This is a full High definition 3D model set of a head, made from 0,7mm CT scan. Caucasian female in her 20s. The set doesn't include the original dataset and the metadata for ethical reasons. I can provide the dataset as a personal request. The set includes: 1. Full head model of a head with the nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, the pharynx and the superior part of the larynx. 2. Skull model with most of the foramens. The inner ear is NOT included in the set. 3. Mandibula model. 4. Th
  • lumbar spine and sacrum By fbonel

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    Segmented lumbar spine and sacrum, young adult.  This includes L1 through L5 vertebral bodies and the sacrum .STL files for the intervertebral disks and pelvis are available as a separate download.  
  • Real Size Left Foot By GMorein

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    Real Size Human Left Foot This is a 3D rendering 3D printable model of human foot from MRI images.  All bones of foot are connected and make it to be "One-Piece" model. Height quality STL file just ready to printing. A model can be used to study anatomy, biology and physiology.
  • anatomy HD Skull for 3D printing By valchanov

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    The skull from Full head HD set Prepared for 3D printing. Made from 0,7mm CT scan of a caucasian female in her 20-s. 5 parts model 14 5x2mm and 12 8x2mm neodymium magnets Printed on Prusa MK3Swith 3D Jake ecoPLA Glitter Silver1,5mm layer thickness4 perimeters, 30% gyroid infill Support on build plate only, 200C extrusion temperature (except the first layer, which is 210C)60 hours print, ~600g filament 80% of the anatomy curriculum.  
  • Full size real skull model By GMorein

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    Skull model STL file. The skull model was designed according to high-resolution MRI imaging. The model was designed on a stand as one part for good stability on the table and orientation to presentation.   3D printed models at full scale and 50% scale are available from embodi3D.   skull, head, bone, 3d model, stl, printable, high quality, forntal, temporal, occipital, parietal, maxilla, mandible, orbit, cervical, spine
  • Fracture Mandible By skullman

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    Parasymphyseal and subcondylar mandibular Fracure
  • cervical spine segmented By fbonel

    Individually segmented vertebra for cervical spine, C1 through C7.  Cervical disks are available as a separate file.  Clear silicone sealant works well to assemble print.   Anterior arch of the atlas,  Base of the skull,  Odontoid process,  Posterior arch of the atlas, Mandible, Spinous process,  Body of the axis,  Anterior superior margin of the vertebra,  Transverse process,  Anterior inferior margin of the vertebra,  Superior articular facet,  Inferior articular facet,  Superior ver
  • Bovine Arch By valchanov

    This is 3d model of aortic arch with left common carotid artery, which branches from the brachiocephalic trunk (Bovine Arch) and a dilatation of the ascending aorte. I made the model from the Artifix CTA set, Osirix dicom library. It's part of a anatomical series of aortic arch anomalies and it's for clinical anatomy teaching purposes.
  • Temporal Bone Left By Nicola

    This is a .stl file of a left temporal bone ready for 3d printing.   I have segmented a CT scan paying attention to all the important bony structures of the ear. In the .stl screenshots you can see the mastoid, malleus, incus, the bony canal of the facial nerve, the stylomastoid foramen Etc. I do this for my training and the idea is to perform a mastoidectomy just in my desktop i have printed my personal 3d plaster model (you can see in the screenshots) but i haven't the courage t
  • Liver Portal and Hepatic Veins By hozermd

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    Liver Portal and Hepatic Veins also aorta and arteries., liver, portal, vein, artery, hepatic, vascular, model liver, surgery, segmentation, accesory, right, left, aorta, cava, branches, biliary, tract IMG_5051.HEIC IMG_5048.HEIC
  • 3D Printable Human Brain Model, STL format, from MRI By Dr. Mike

    This Brain model was created from a high resolution MRI scan. The model includes the cerebrum. The cerebellum and brain stem are not depicted. The model has been made hollow, with 4 mm wall thickness to save on material when 3D printing. The model is full-size. It has been successfully printed at full size on an Ultimaker 3 Extended printer, and at 95% size on a Formlabs Form 2 printer.           Technical parameters: Vertices: 350725 Triangles:
  • Paranasal sinuses By valchanov

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    The paranasal sinuses model for 3d printing. CT scan, 0,7mm slides, bone window. The model is without scaffolds and you should add some with your slicing software. Link to sketchfab: Paranasal sinuses   frontal, sphenoidal, ethmoidal, skull, head, paranasal sinuses, anatomy, 3d , model, .stl, printable
  • Circle of Willis By hozermd

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    Circle of Willis from MRA.Posterior internal frontal artery Anterior parietal artery,  Paracentral artery,  Posterior parietal artery, , Anterior internal frontal artery,  Superior internal parietal artery, , Medial internal frontal artery,  Inferior internal parietal artery,  Frontal polar artery,  Artery of the angular gyrus,  Pericallosal artery,  Posterior temporal artery,  Prefrontal arteries,  Second segment of the middle cerebral artery,  Second segment of the anterior cerebral artery, 

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    • Thanks for being a great member Nicola!   If you want to see some of the terrific files Nicola has shared, click here. 
    • (Many thanks to @Nicola for agreeing to this interview in the Member Spotlight!  If you're working on a cool project or you'd like to be featured, send me a quick message!)       1.  Hi Dr. Nicola, what's your background?   I am an ENT doctor at the hospital of TERAMO in Italy and I am practicing medicine for 20 years.  Over many years, I've developed a specialty in ENT pathology and head and neck surgery.   I also have two kids and enjoy spending summers by the sea in Roseto Degli Abruzzi, the town where I live on the coast of Adriatic sea in the region of Abruzzo in the center of Italy.   The beach by Roseto Degli Abruzzi   2. How did you come across medical 3d printing?   It was an accident! I’ve always had a passion for the interpretation of radiological images and the three-dimensional reconstruction of images. I needed to show a patient the cause of his nasal liquorrhea and I first started to make a virtual three-dimensional reconstruction to be viewed on the computer and then I also understood - thanks to the tutorials of Embodi3D- that it was possible to build real models from the data of a CT scan!   Medical 3d printing is a growing field in the modern medicine and surgery. It can be useful for the study of anatomy in universities as much as for patient-specific anatomy (such as vascular variants). It is also possible to use it for the study of complex clinical cases such as tumor diseases and for the pre-surgical programming of oncological or complex traumatic diseases.   3. To help out other members, what are some beginner tips on creating a model?   I have many models for sale in the Model Library and I've improved them many times.   The advice I would like to give to those who start with medical 3d printing is to learn how to use dicom image manipulation softwares like Horos, Slicer, etc. To start exporting small regions of interest to .stl files and to play a lot with one of the numerous .stl file manipulation softwares.   4. What's on your bookshelf?    One of my side pleasures is the playing guitar and also reading. My current book is Stephen Hawking’s Brief Answers to the Big Questions.     5. If someone were to come visit you, where would you take them on a tour?   I live in Abruzzo, a region relatively unknown to tourists but it is certainly one of the most surprising in Italy.   One of the most interesting aspects is the great proximity between the sea, the hills and the mountains which make it the green region of Europe. Tourists can enjoy spending a morning at the beach, going to eat in one of the beautiful cities and then trekking in the mountains in the afternoon. A region full of ancient villages, fortresses, unspoiled nature and then the passion for traditions and for good food. Finally, Abruzzo is the land of large vineyards and excellent wines.
    • Hello Hector, welcome to Embodi3d. Meanwhile you can check this website: https://wiki.cancerimagingarchive.net/display/NBIA/Downloading+Images+Using+the+NBIA+Data+Retriever You can download the app to download the volumes of the tomographs and then enter them in the tool of our website to create the 3d models.   Downloading Images Using the NBIA Data Retriever   When you download images you have added to your cart, TCIA provides a list of these images in a manifest file (manifest-xxx.tcia). You must have already installed the NBIA Data Retriever to open this manifest file and download the images. You can share the manifest file with collaborators, so that they can download the same images that you have added to your cart. Collaborators must also install the  NBIA Data Retriever to open the manifest file. If you want to share a manifest file that includes links to private image collections, you must first manually install the latest NBIA Data Retriever. The latest version of the  NBIA Data Retriever controls access to private collections. In addition, your collaborators must have the same access to those private collections as you do. Otherwise, your collaborators will not be able to download images from those collections.   I hope this helps to get started.   Angel S.  
    • Hi Hector, thanks for joining the community.  I would encourage you to first browse our 3d Model Library to get a general sense of what's available from other members.     I don't think we include information on age (or age ranges), but sometimes the uploader will include info like Child or Adult.  Tagging @Angel Sosa for help.     Also Hector, if you happen to have CAT scans, we can convert them and print them for you.  
    • I am looking for dicom files to develop a bank pediatric anatomical models. From newborn to adolescence. The idea is to create and show for example a liver or a trachea in its actual size at different ages.
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