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Skull, Head, and Neck CTs

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Medical scan files related to 3D printing skulls.

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    Teste 1

    arquivo de cranio baleado

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    Crânio baleado

    Cranio baleado para instruções de aula

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    Cranio de paciente baleado

    Arquivo de paciente baleado

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    CTA Head Neck for RSNA 2017 Open-Source Workshop

    Source Head and Neck CT scan in NRRD file format for the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting 2017 course on Open-Source and Freeware Medical 3D Printing, RCA12 and RCA21,  November 26 and 27, 2017. Be sure to view the full tutorial that uses this file here. 
     
    https://meeting.rsna.org/program/index.cfm  Search for "3D Printing Hands-on with Open Source Software: Introduction (Hands-on)"

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    testebb

    Teste de arquivo

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    impresion

    impresion de maxilar
    maxilla, bone, stl, ct without contrast, septum, sinus 

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    Orbital region CT scan

    This is a CT scan of a portion of my head. I have no medical knowledge nor good english, im just trying to 3D print this file. Anyway if it could be useful to anyone i'm sharing the file.
     
    axial, ct without contrast, dicom, brain

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    JWest

    West CT Files

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    rsna tutorial

    ct model, axial, ct with contrast, stl, dicom, brain, head, skull

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    Suat - stl file processed

    Suat - stl file processed

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    ddddddd

    ddddddd

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    Dental tutorial 3D printable model NRRD

    dental tutorial source file

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    JW Left

    Left SCD

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    november CT

    mandible model
    ct without contrast, stl, axial, dicom, brain, ethmoid cells

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    maxilla and mandible

    cbct of maxilla with a alveolar ridge deficiency
    alveolar, teeth, ct without contrast, dicom, stl

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    Maxilla with ridge deficiency ii

    cbct of maxilla with a alveolar ridge deficiency

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    Third Try to create Stl

    This the third try

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    Akash

    Patient file

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    skull test

    ct with contrast, axial, head, neck, stl, muscle, septum
     

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    Maribel Jimenez Navarro 2

    Good morning, we need a stl file with the maxillar jaw 
    maxilla, ct without contrast, stl, bone, axial, 3dmodel, neck, sinus, maxilla

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    Skull_02

    CT of a cranium v2 treshold adjusted
    ct with contrast, head, brain, skull, axial, ct

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    Test 1

    Test file to convert
    neck, ethmoid, cells, septum, ct without contrast, nose
     

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    Nick - Sample1

    Convert CT to STL
    axial, ct without contrats, head, neck, stl, dicom

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