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  1. Version 1.0.0


    This is a test run, abdomen, stl, 3d, model, splenomegaly, liver, gallbladder, small, intestine, stomach, aorta, colon, osteophytes, lumbar, ribs, Umbilical vein collateral circulation, cirrhotic liver, kidney, CTA, ct, scan, dicom, axial,


  2. Does it only print the areas that appear brightly in the scan? We want to 3d print a model of the collecting system of a kidney and were planning on using a ct scan. In order for it to print only the collecting system, would we need to use contrast in it and make sure all of the surroundings are black? What would be the best way to print an isolated organ with democtratize3d?
  3. agoyne


    Version 1.0.0


    This is supposed to be a 3d model of a head. Is mainly just a practice run to see if this works, MRI, T1, without contrast, brain, head, stl, printable, 3d, model, cistern of lateral cerebral fossa (insular cistern) and insular arteries, Angular gyrus, Orbital gyrus, Transverse temporal gyrus, Inferior frontal gyrus Occipital bone and lambdoid suture, Superior temporal gyrus, occipital gyri, Lacrimal gland, Inferior temporal gyrus, Eyeball, Tentorium cerebelli, Lateral rectus muscle, Transverse sinus, Temporal pole and middle, temporal gyrus, Anterior lobe of cerebellum, Temporal muscle, posterior semicircular canal Maxillary sinus, Posterior lobe of cerebellum, Lateral pterygoid muscle, Obliquus capitis superior muscle, Styloid muscle and styloid process, Rectus capitis lateralis muscle, Buccinator muscle, Semispinalis capitis muscle, Medial pterygoid muscle, Atlas, digastric muscle, posterior belly, Internal jugular vein, Mandible, Levator scapulae muscle, Submandibular gland, Splenius capitis muscle, Platysma, Splenius cervicis muscle, Scalenus posterior muscle


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