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    spine 2

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    VeriBody Spine

    Grace's spine
    lumbar, spine, 3dmodel, stl, 

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    Lumbar Spine - Bone model STL file from converted CT scan

    The lumbar spine represents the mid-lower segment of the vertebral column and is composed of five adjacent vertebrae. They are convex anteriorly to form a lumbar lordosis. The lumbar spine facet joints allows limited movements and rotation.
      Each lumbar vertebra is formed of: A body which is kidney shaped and is convex anteriorly while flattened posteriorly, pedicles and lamina, transverse processes, articular processes and a spinous process.   This models shows lumbar spondylo-degenerative changes in the form of marginal osteophytic lipping.   This 3D model was created from the file STS_037   The original CT examination can be reviewed at:

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    cARLOS anDRES

    TEST TO SEE HOW IT WORKS

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    SPINE

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    spine77

    spine segmentation

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    spine65

    spine segmentation

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    spine

    spine segmentation

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    spine3

    spine segmentation

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    spine1

    spine segmentation

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    spine1

    spine segmentation

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    spine001

    this is a cervical spine from a real medical scan

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    T Spine with dramatic changes from osteomyelitis.

    TSpine CT taken on 06232017, with dramatic changes from osteomyelitis at T8-T10.  Osteomyelitis was first found on 01/23/2017.  Osteomyelitis could have been caused by frequent steroid injections for lumbar pain spine. PT presented to ER with major UTI, cramping and muscle spasms in the thoracic levels of the back.  PT complained of a very big increase in pain levels, normal 3-4 to 9-10.  This scan was after dorsal column stimulator and paddles were removed, paddles were located at the T9 level.
     
    Would appreciate suggestions and comments of how to improve my scans convert and .STL files.

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    T Spine with dramatic changes from osteomyelitis

    This shows changes from osteomyelitis,  also shows wire from spinal cord stimulator, wire, spine cord, simulator, stl, 3d, model, clavicle, scapula, vertebrae, dorsal, spine, ribs, sternum, medulla, sternoclavicular, joint, acromion, bone, stl, printable
     

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    Thoracic Vertebra

    A thoracic vertebra generated by using the contouring tools in 3DSlicer and smoothed in Blender.

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    Acetabular fracture of the pelvis

    Acetabular fracture of the pelvis. CT scan, 2mm slides. Pelvix set, Osirix dicom library.
    link to sketchfab: Acetabular fracture of the pelvis

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    Pubic Symphyses, Female 34yo

    ABD009 from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA.

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    Spine1

    A demo of converting spine ct scans to 3d printable, lumbar, spine, pelvis, sacrum, stl, 3d, model, printable, ribs, hips, femur, aorta, abdominal, iliac, crest, coccyx

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    Lumbar spine compression fracture with severe arthritis STL file

    This high quality STL file of the lumbar spine is confirmed 3D printable. It was taken from a patient with a chronic L2 lumbar spine compression fracture. The abnormal L2 vertebral body has caused severe degenerative change at the L2-3 level, with obliteration of the L2-3 intervertebral disk and severe osteophyte formation. The fracture and collapse of the L2-3 disk causes subluxation of the facet joints at this level, and narrowing of the L2 neural foramen. It is clearly illustrated how degenerative, arthritic change can result in nerve pinching at the neural foramen. This model can be used for scientific and medical education, and shows what compression fractures and degenerative spine disease look like. Also, the model is useful for teaching spinal interventions, such as lumbar punctures, epidural steroid injections, selective nerve root blocks, vertebroplasty, and kyphoplasty. 
     
    The file is in STL file format. 21.6 MB
    221181 vertices, 442558 polygons
    Confirmed printable on Formlabs Form 2 with white resin. 

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    pelvis2 - processed

    pelvis2 - processed

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    Pubic Symphyses, Male 59yo

    These are the pubic bones of a 59yo male (ABD_LYMPH_011) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
     
    I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer.

    "ABD011_PS_M59_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic."
     
    "ABD011_PS_M59_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways.
     
    I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges.
     
    If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments.
     
    If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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    Pubic Symphyses, Male 73yo

    These are the pubic bones of a 73yo male (ABD_LYMPH_007) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
     
    I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer.

    "ABD007_PS_M73_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic."
     
    "ABD007_PS_M73_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways.
     
    I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges.
     
    If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments.
     
    If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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    Pubic Symphyses, Female 59yo

    These are the pubic bones of a 59yo female (ABD_LYMPH_006) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
     
    I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer.

    "ABD006_PS_F59_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic."
     
    "ABD006_PS_F59_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways.
     
    I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges.
     
    If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments.
     
    If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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    Pubic Symphyses, Female 41yo

    These are the pubic bones of a 41yo female (ABD_LYMPH_005) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
     
    I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer.

    "ABD005_PS_F41_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic."
     
    "ABD005_PS_F41_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways.
     
    I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges.
     
    If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments.
     
    If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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    Pubic Symphyses, Male 60yo

    These are the pubic bones of a 60yo male (ABD_LYMPH_004) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
     
    I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer.

    "ABD004_PS_M60_LR_1mm_cut.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic."
     
    "ABD_004_PS_M60_flat2.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways.
     
    I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges.
     
    I've included a screenshot showing how to split the left and right halves in Meshlab using the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments.
     
    If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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