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Abdomen and Pelvis CTs

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Medical scan files related to 3D printing abdomen and pelvic models.

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    test1

    just a test

    9 downloads

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    sas2 4 spine

    Обязательный Ggfajgsd jkhsdhsd hasdhkjqwy uweyqwio. Супер.

    6 downloads

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    Pelvis and hip

    Visible human project Pelvis and hip

    15 downloads

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    test

    ?

    7 downloads

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    ABDOMEN

    This is an Abdomen Dual Phase File
    dicom, stl, axial, abdomen, pelvis, liver, spleen, vertebrae, 

    9 downloads

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    Test

    test need

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    Abd

    fgbjknjkdfbmoikdfboimkfdgb

    8 downloads

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    pelvis trauma

    high quality processed

    6 downloads

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    Naveen

    Testing

    6 downloads

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    Pelvis Fracture

    This is a example data-set of a pelvic fracture

    16 downloads

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    Friday Afternoon Test

    This is a second test, ct with contrast, stl, axial, dicom, 3dmodel, printable, liver, spleen, kidney, intestine

    9 downloads

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    Bassin Pelvis

    Whitney's Project Bassin Pelvis 
    ct without contrast, stl, axial, dicom, 3dmodel, printable, liver, spleen, kidney, intestine, pelvis, right, fracture, sacrum, coccix, sacroiliac joint, psoas, muscle

    34 downloads

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    Pelvis - Whitney's project

    Whitney's Project - Pelvis
    ct without contrast, stl, axial, dicom, 3dmodel, printable, liver, spleen, kidney, intestine, pelvis, postoperative
     

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    pelvis2

    it's the second pelvis I'm doing, hope it will seccussed
    ct without contrast, stl, axial, dicom, 3dmodel, printable, liver, spleen, kidney, intestine

    5 downloads

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    Shannon Li

    anatomy bone project, pelvis
    ct without contrast, stl, axial, dicom, 3dmodel, printable, liver, spleen, kidney, intestine, hydroneprosis, lumbar, spine

    6 downloads

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    CT SCAN CHEST-ABDOMEN-PELVIS 11-27-16

    THIS IS SCAN OF MY FATHER.  YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO SEE THE FUSED VERTEBRAE., ct with contrast, stl, coronal, liver, dicom, spleen, great, vessels, kidney, abdomen, thorax, lumbar, spine, vertebrae, 3model
    segm entation and fusion anomaly (SFA)

    16 downloads

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    my CTC

    my CT, 3dmodel, pelvis, kidney, liver, spleen, dicom, axial, stl, ct with contrast, scoliosis

    24 downloads

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    test niro 1

    bone segmentation, ct with contrast, stl, 3dmodel, dicom, bone, spleen, aorta, liver,

    7 downloads

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    Pelvis

    This 3D printable STL model of the pelvis is normal with the exception of some mild arthritic changes in the hips.
    STS_002. This model was created using the democratiz3D service.
     
    pelvis,, stl, hip, tc without contrast, 3d, axial

    3 downloads

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    Imag3D tutorial support files, DICOM and NRRD

    A Ridiculously Easily Way to Convert CT Scans to 3D Printable Bone STL Models for Free in Minutes which allows you to follow along with the tutorial. Included is an anonymized chest abdomen pelvis CT in both DICOM and NRRD formats.
     
    Serratus anterior muscle,  Right lung,  Latissimus dorsi muscle,  Liver (right lobe),  Diaphragm (lumbar part)  Suprarenal gland,  Rib,  Right kidney,  Psoas major muscle, . Spinal canal with cauda equina,  Transversospinales muscles, . Superior articular process (zygapophysis),  Inferior articular process (zygapophysis),  Iliac crest, . Dorsal sacroiliac ligaments,  Ilium (ala),  Gluteus maximus muscle
     Piriformis muscle, . Left lung, External intercostal muscle,  Thoracic aorta,  Diaphragm,  Stomach,  Spleen,  Thoracic vertebra (T12),  Left kidney,  Descending colon,  Transversus abdominis muscle,  Internal abdominal oblique muscle,  External abdominal oblique muscle,  Quadratus lumborum muscle,  Iliocostalis muscle,  Ligamenta flava,  Gluteus medius muscle,  Vertebral arch (lamina of L5), Sacroiliac joint,  Sacrum,  Rectum, 

    713 downloads

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