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Veterinary/Animals

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Animal files

203 files

  1. Free

    Cat Skull

    Cat Skull CT Scan to STL file, skull, stl, bone, cat, zygomatic arch, temporal, frontal, parietal, maxilla, mandible, teeth, canine, cervical, spine, orbit, auditory, canal, inner, occipital, 3d, model, printable, endotracheal, tube

    47 downloads

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    1 comment

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  2. Free

    Bender's Skull

    Normal CT of dog skull in 3mm slices.
    canine skull, stl, ct without contrast, dicom, canine, bone

    15 downloads

       (1 review)

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  3. Free

    k9032406

    Chihuahua Skull, canine, skull, dental, dentition, nasal, turbinates, head, dog, veterinary

    7 downloads

       (1 review)

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  4. Free

    Thorax

    Feline thorax CBCT

    8 downloads

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  5. Free

    Rabbit Skull

    1mm CT slices of a rabbit skull.
    rabbit, skull, ct without contrast, stl, bone, neck, orbit, animal

    22 downloads

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  6. Free

    Bone WO

    Canine vertebrae
    axial, dicom, stl, pelvis, abdomen, musckles, sacrum, 3dmodel, ct without contrast, canine

    6 downloads

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  7. Free

    wristdet

    kb, 
    scaphoid, trapezium, and trapezoid, wrist, bone, 3d, model, stl, finger, ulnar, radius, printable, lunate, capitate, triquetrum, hamate,  metacarpus, ct, scan, without, contrast,
     

    6 downloads

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  8. Free

    test CT 2

    model 2, neck, muscles, .stl, 3d, model, trachea, esophagus, thorax, heart, abdomen, liver, spleen, small, bowel, diaphragm, aorta, dorsal, lumbar, spine, cava, vein, scapula, ct, scan, without, contrast, printable

    11 downloads

       (1 review)

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  9. Free

    Rabbit Skull2

    1mm CT slices of rabbit skull

    14 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

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  10. Free

    Joe Muller

    Mature dog with bone cancer
    ct without contrast, k9, leg, dog, stl, antibracheum cancer

    2 downloads

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  11. Free

    Thorax Whitney

    Whitney's Project
    ct without contrast, stl, axial, dicom, coronal, hernia, animal, thorax, abdomen

    9 downloads

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    Lumbar Vertebrae Canine

    Two lumbar vertebrae in a normal canine spine. Source: CT scan 1mL indexing.
    canine, lumbar, vertebrae, normal, spine, bone, ct without contrast, stl

    5 downloads

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  13. Free

    Riley_Skull_3

    Canine skull
    k9, stl, dog, animal, ct with contrast, head, neck

    8 downloads

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  14. Free

    shark - stl file processed

    shark - stl file processed

    This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more.
     
    head, shark, muscle, 3d, model, printable, stl, parietal, marine, veterinary, animal

    2 downloads

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    test CT 2 - stl file processed

    test CT 2 - stl file processed

    This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more.
     
    animal, bone, 3d, model, .stl, whole, body, skull, head, orbit, temporal, parietal, frontal, jaw, upper, lower, canine, incisor,, neck, vertebrae, cervical, dorsal, lumbar, pelvis, hip, ribs, thorax, sternum, scapula, clavicle, forearm, humerus, cubitus, radius, phalanges, metacarpals, hindlimb, knee, femur,tibia,fibula,ankle, phalanges

    26 downloads

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    Rabbit Skull

    Rabbit Skull.
     
    Findings are compatible with a tooth roots abscess associated with the left maxillary M2 and M3. Fracture of the left maxillary M2 is suspected.
    rabbit, skull, ct without contrast stl, bone, face, animal

    3 downloads

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  17. Free

    fullbody

    ctscan
    106 Dorsal Post.nrrd

    13 downloads

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  18. Free

    Panoplosaurus skull

    Panoplosaurus, “completely armoured lizard”. Skull from CT scan. Link to Sketchfab. Owner of the CT scan is Ohio University.

    3 downloads

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  19. Free

    Dog01

    Hindlimb of a dog amputee
    dog, hindlimb, muscle, bone, stl, ct without contrast

    3 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

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  20. Free

    Attempt1rabbit

    This file includes an image of rabbit muscle for further FEA analysis.

    5 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  21. Free

    shark2

    shark head, head, ct, without, contrast, stl, spiracle, eye, nostril, snout, mouth, labial furrows, jaw, anatomy, veterinary, marine, jaws, dicom, bone, 3d, printable

    12 downloads

       (0 reviews)

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  22. Free

    shark

    shark, veterinary, spiracle, eye, nostril, snout, labial, furrows, anatomy, marine, dicom, axial, 3d, printable, veterinary, 

    8 downloads

       (0 reviews)

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  23. Free

    CanineSkullCT0.5mm

    0.5mm volume CT of a canine skull with a soft tissue algorithm. DICOM images loaded into slicer & NRRD file saved for upload.
    veterinary, canine, skull, head, ct without contrast, bone, stl

    1 download

       (0 reviews)

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  24. Free

    JimmySkull

    0.5mm CT slices with an index of 0.5 mm. Volume converted to nrrd by slicer.
    stl, volume, neck, k9, dog, dicom, skull, ct without contrast

    10 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

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  25. Free

    Deneme-1

    deneme
     
    MRI, dog, brain

    2 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

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