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3D printable files of the aorta 

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    Bovine Arch

    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.

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    Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) 3D Model

    This is a fusiform abdominal aortic aneurysm extracted from a medical CT scan. It is a perfect model for medical device testing, hydrodynamic testing, finite element analysis (FEA). The aneurysm is maximally 5.58 cm is diameter. This model represents the blood pool (lumen) of the aneurysm, and includes the following structures:
    abdominal aorta abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) superior mesenteric artery (SMA) right and left renal arteries right and left common iliac arteries right and left internal and external iliac arteries right and left common femoral arteries right and left superficial femoral arteries (proximal)  right and left profunda femoris arteries (proximal)  
    Vascular Parameters:
    Aneurysm dimensions: 
       Length: 6.96 cm
       Anterior Posterior: 4.9 cm
       Transverse (left-right): 5.58cm
    Infrarenal aorta:
       Transverse: 1.92 cm
       Anterior Posterior: 1.75 cm
    Infrarenal landing area (distance from renal arteries to aneurysm): 3.85 cm
    Right Common Iliac Artery (CIA): 1.35 cm
    Left Common Iliac Artery (CIA): 1.11 cm
     
    3D printing parameters:
    Vertices: 113,948
    Faces: 227,892
    Object is manifold

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    Aortic Arch, type III elongation

    This is 3d model of aortic arch with type III elongation (according to Madhwal classification). I made it from MRI set, which I obtained from Osirix dicom library, Felix set.  It's part of a anatomical series of aortic arch anomalies and it's for clinical anatomy teaching purposes.

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    Aortic arch with bicarotid trunk anomaly, 3d printing version

    This is a 3d printing version of my "Aortic arch with bicarotid trunk anomaly" 3d model. It's hollow and with proper supports, it can become a decent 3d printed model with 0,2mm or lesser layer thickness. 

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    Aortic Arch with Arteria Lusoria

    Aortic arch with visible left and right carotid artery branching from a single trunk (Bicarotid Trunk) and a right aberrant subclavian artery also known as arteria Lusoria.
     
    You can see it here: https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/aortic-arch-with-arteria-lusoria-0070ed336d4f424fbb258536d4ee4bb6 Thyrocervical trunk, Common carotid artery,  Vertebral artery,  Subclavian artery, Brachiocephalic trunk,  Aortic arch, Ascending aorta,  Descending aorta,  Aortic bulb, 3d, model, .stl, printable, 

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    Abdominal aorta aneurysm with horseshoe kidney

    An aneurysm of the abdominal aorta in close proximity to horseshoe kidney. Presurgical model. The operation is ongoing.
    Honestly, I'm pretty happy with the result (and also the surgical team, which ordered the model). I printed it on Prusa MK3S, the kidney with the veins and the distal parts of the arteries with white Esun PLA, the aorta with red 3dJake Eco PLA, on 0,150mm layer height. The kidney is printed on 30% gyroid infill and 2 perimeters, with support on build plate only plus several support enforcers. The aorta is with 4 perimeters and 100% concentric infill, with support on build plate only and few support blockers. I glued them together with cyanacrylic glue and used a touch of red acrylic paint to make the glued parts more appealing. It took 300 grams of plastic and the printing time was 36 hours because of the kidney.
     
    aorta, aneurysm, horseshoe, kidney, presurgical, 3d, printing, celiac, trunk, vessels, mesenteric, superior, inferior, iliac, common, external, internal, abdomen, infrarrenal, organ, vascular, abdominal,

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    Abdominal aorta aneurysm with horseshoe kidney - Postoperative

    An aneurysm of the abdominal aorta in close proximity to horseshoe kidney. Postoperative model. 
    Preoperative version. Due to the improved circulation (result of the surgery), the structures are with improved details, compared to the previous model.

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    Aortic arch with bicarotid trunk anomaly

    This is 3d model of aortic arch with bicarotid trunk anomaly and aberrant right subclavian artery (arteria lusoria), which was made from CTA scan. The patient is caucasian woman with stenosis of the left vertebral artery (which is not included) and severe disphagia. It's part of a anatomical series of aortic arch anomalies and it's for clinical anatomy teaching purposes.

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