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Animal files

138 files

  1. Free

    Leopard Jawbone

    see previous, veterinary, mandible, teeth, canines, incisives, angle, body, ct, scan, maxilla

    6 downloads

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    African Cape Leopard skull - stl file processed

    African Cape Leopard skull - stl file processed

    This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more.
     
    skull. stl, head, bone, 3d, model, frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, zygomatic arch, maxilla, teeth, superior, arch, canine, incisor, base, printable, veterinary, african, leopard, animal

    24 downloads

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  3. $10.00

    African Cape Leopard skull

    This skull of an adult male Cape leopard was found in the mountains of the Western Cape province of South Africa and scanned by high resolution CT. These leopard, unlike their cousins further north, are slighter and adapted to a harsher climate with cold wet winters and hot dry summers. They are not uncommon in these mountains and regularly move in close proximity to humans, but like other leopards, remain elusive apart from their spoor, scats and camera trap pictures. The skull itself has bilateral tooth puncture holes, suggesting that this leopard probably died after being injured in a fight with another cat.
    leopard, skull, orbit, frontal, zygomatic, arch, occipital, masseter, fossa, corpus, ramus, glenoid, incisors, canines, sagital, upper, carnissial, bone, 3d, stl, cat
     
     






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    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

    43 downloads

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    1 comment

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  5. Free

    Feline Skull

    The skull of an adult domestic feline.
    veterinary, feline,skill, cat, ct, scan,with, contrast, stl, axial, dicom, bone, frontal, occipital, parietal, temporal, sinus, endotracheal, tube, hemosenus,

    10 downloads

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  6. $50.00

    LittleBo

    Jfm's Animal Skull, animal, skull, bone, 3d, model, stl, ct, scan, without, contrast, coronal, veterinary

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    Seal Brain

    seal brain, t2, mri, without contrast, head, brain, seal, coronal, cortex, lateral, ventricle, third, trunk, cerebellum, veterinary, talamus, vermis, without contrast

    6 downloads

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  8. Free

    Spine-High

    Spine High Res, ct scan without contrast, stl, dicom, axial, high, resolution, 3d, model, printable, neck, trachea, tube, endotracheal, lung, heart, abdomen,  kidney, small, intestine.

    6 downloads

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  9. Free

    Bone WO

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

    5 downloads

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    Lionfish 3d model

    3d model practice of Lionfish
    ct without contrast, animal, 3dmodel, stl, dicom

    10 downloads

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    dogtest

    this is another test
    ct without contrast, stl, coronal, dicom, animal, dog

    4 downloads

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  12. Free

    T6-S1 Canine 2mm

    canine ls junction, lumbar, spine, stl, bone, axial, k9Canine LS junction in 2mm slices

    1 download

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  13. Free

    vicent

    Hueso perro
    neck, k9, dog, stl, dicom, 3dmodel

    9 downloads

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    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

    9 downloads

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  15. Free

    Ref20131120pt14pl2.nrrd

    downloaded from Z-Brain on GitHub

    2 downloads

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    Rabbit Skull2

    1mm CT slices of rabbit skull

    14 downloads

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    Bender's Skull

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

    15 downloads

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    Rabbit Skull

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

    14 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

    4 downloads

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  20. Free

    Flexed canine pelvis 1mL

    Flexed Canine Pelvis. Not saved as volume, instead 1mL slices with 1mL index.
    flexed pelvis, canine, axial, ct without contrast, bone, dicom, axial

    2 downloads

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    Flexed canine pelvis

    Flexed CT of a canine pelvis.
    flexed canine pelvis, ct without contrast, stl, bone, pelvis, canine, dicom

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    Canine Lumbar Vertebrae

    A CT of a small section of the normal lumbar spine from a dog, k9, lumbar, column, bone, canine, vertebrae, animal, axial, dicom

    1 download

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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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  24. Free

    Pelvis with defect - stl file processed

    Pelvis with defect - stl file processed
    pelvis, bone, hip, animal, 3dmodel
    stl

    6 downloads

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  25. Free

    Riley_Skull_3

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

    7 downloads

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