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A library of medical scan files including CT scans converted from DICOM data into anonymized NRRD files.

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    CT scan sheep

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    mri test scan

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    CT images

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    struct_set_2017-05-31_15-31-43.dcm

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    • I have a CT scan that I would like to print.  While looking at the data, I found that the scan isn't uniformly sampled in all directions.
        The DICOM image axes - call it X-Y - are high resolution - about 800x1000. The number of slices in Z for each is a little over 100, always giving a slice thickness of 3mm (compared to 0.5mm for the other axes).   Anyone know why the sampling isn't uniform?  The non-uniformity results in stair-stepping and missing detail (see pic).   I suspect the data was decimated for one of a few reasons: (1) to take less storage overall, (2) to make it easier for the Dr to review (100 images vs 1000),  (3) to make it fit on a CDROM or (4) to reduce the noise in any particular slice.  The full data probably exists somewhere, but I don't know what to ask for.  The radiology dept just gave me a blank stare when I asked for the high-resolution version.   FWIW, the machine is a Philips ICT-256.    
    • I recently got this scan due to some chest pain.    Can anyone tell me if my heart looks normal in this scan?   CT Chest Scan 1
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    • I love the Democratiz3D service. I've used it in the past with little trouble. I seem to be stuck today however. I uploaded an NRRD of a dcm folder that depicts upper and lower jaws. Of specific interest is the mandible where it seems some dental implants were placed in interesting positions. After being notified that the processing was complete, I attempted download of the stl output. I tried a number of times and with each effort the number of recorded downloads increased. However, the file has not been transferred. I'm stuck. Any advice would be most appreciated.   Mike Gillis
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