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Kidneys

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3D printable kidney models

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    Kidney 3D .stl file

    Kidney 3D .stl file extracted from slicer 3D sample data

    22 downloads

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    TRY - stl file processed

    TRY - stl file processed

    This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more.
     
    bone, ribs, aorta, cava, mesenteric, renal, arteries, porta, splenic, kidney, pelvis, iliac, lumbar, spine, body, transverse, spinous, sacrum,

    6 downloads

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    Kidney - stl file processed

    Kidney - stl file processed

    This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more.
     
    thorax, lumbar, spine, abdomen, liver, spleen, small, bowel, colon, iliac, crest, 3d, model, .stl, printable, hip, pelvis, stomach, 

    4 downloads

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    3DPX-002331_Urinary_collecting_system_NevitDilmen

    3D model of urinary tract collecting system including renal pelvices, ureters and urinary bladder. This would be a fragile model due to nature of ureters.  Created from MRI.

    64 downloads

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    kidneyA - stl file processed

    kidneyA - stl file processed, kidney, organ, 3dmodel, stl, abdomen

    4 downloads

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    Renal Cortex

    This is a model of a right renal cortex (kidney). It was processed using tools found in 3DSlicer and the image itself is a sample image in 3DSlicer. The download contains two files: an intact renal cortex and one that is sliced in half.
    kidney, renal, cortex, 3dmodel, stl, parenchyma, pyramids

    124 downloads

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    Friday Afternoon Test - processed

    3D model of the lumbar spine and kidneys, aorta, iliac vessels are showed too.
    The first image from left to right shows an Anterior View , then a Lateral left and then right, then an Oblique View, then axial and posterior views. Friday Afternoon Test - processed

    8 downloads

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    Left kidney STL file

    This 3D printable STL file contains a model of the left kidney was derived from a medical CT scan. It shows the renal collecting system clearly.
    This model was created using the democratiz3D model creation service
     
    0522c0878
     
    stl, kidney, collecting, system, 3dmodel, .stl, printing

    173 downloads

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    • Hello, We can help you with this issue. Can you please describe what happens when you try to download? Is there a pop up box showing the download?
    • 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
    • You can also use the EasyClip tool in 3DSlicer: import your CT volume and your 3D model (or even just your 3D model), then you can use the CT slices as planes to indicate where you want to cut--you can still rotate them if needed. You can save the half you want and even "undo" and save the other side (similar to Meshmixer).    Slicer is especially handy if you have landmark coordinates and want to place a cut exactly at a specific coordinate, for example if you have oriented models and nasion is at x = 0--you can type this in to the appropriate slice view (red, yellow, green).
    • For tiffs, I like to open the stack in Fiji and save as NRRD--the NRRD opens much faster in Slicer. You can also set the spacing in Fiji for the NRRD to have the correct dimensions in Slicer.
    • I've never heard of this. It almost sounds too good to be true. Anybody have experience with this?
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