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  3. Welcome to this week's Top Ten, featuring some exciting STL files and medical models, many of which you can download and print using your own 3D printing machine. When you upload your organ STL files to embodi3d®, you are helping researchers, students, and inquisitive minds everywhere to develop innovative diagnostic, interventional, and surgical techniques. Medical 3D printing can be used to create centimeter- to sub-millimeter-accurate models. These include the hearts, lungs, kidney, and colon featured in this week's Top Ten, but can be used to create just about any type of 3D organ or tissue model. The democratiz3D® conversion algorithms used on the embodi3D® website are sophisticated enough to recreate the cellular arrangements of various tissues and organs, but are straightforward enough to be used by just about everyone. Even the complex anatomy of the heart can be successfully replicated using various pliable 3D printing materials. These models could serve a future role in preoperative planning, medical education, and enhanced communication between radiologists and others involved in patient care. The prospect of 3D medical models being used to advance research and educational knowledge is truly exciting. We're glad to have you along to share in the experience of this rapidly developing science and art form. But, to receive much of what embodi3D® has to offer you have to register on the website. But, signing up is absolutely free. Become a Registered Member (it's Free) Remember to register on embodi3D.com so you can upload, download, share, and create stunningly realistic 3D models of hearts, lungs, mandibles, and just about anything having to do with the human anatomy. Plus, it is absolutely free to become a registered member. #1. 3D-Printable Model of Human Heart in Tissue Slices Dr. Mike created and submitted this 3D-printable human heart, separated into stackable slices for educational purposes. This STL file originated from a contrast-enhanced CT scan. The embodi3D® community was very excited about this model; it demonstrates the complex anatomy of the heart in a way that can be held, studied, taken apart, and put back together — all activities real-life patients would rather you not try with their own hearts. Representing some of the best uses of medical 3D printing on the embodi3D.com website, this downloadable STL file has earned a rightful place on this week's Top 10 downloads list. #2. Create a 3D Model of a Heart and Pulmonary Artery Tree This anatomically accurate heart and pulmonary artery tree was extracted from a CT angiogram DICOM dataset (0.4 mm slice thickness x 300 slices). This model may serve as an excellent, hands-on educational tool for those entering the medical profession. The uploaded STL files shows the aorta, coronary sinus, coronary arteries, pulmonary arteries, as well as the cardiac ventricles and atria. A special "thank you" goes out to Health Physics for contributing this magnificent file! #3. Full-Size Model of a Human Heart Number 3 on our list is a 3D-printable model of a full-size human heart. Using this STL file, you can create a scale model of a heart, complete with all the complex cardiac anatomy. You will achieve the best results by using a flexible medium when completing your 3D print. Please note: This model has yet to be fully optimized for 3D printing. Therefore, some issues related to minimum wall thickness can be expected. #4. Great Example of a 3D-Printable, Anatomically Accurate Human Heart Dr. Marco Vettorello graciously created and shared this highly accurate human heart STL file, ready for use in your 3D printer. Thank you, Dr. Vettorello! #5. 3D-Print and Compare a Healthy Lung to a Lung with COPD Lung tissue inflammation in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) makes it difficult to fully expel air and creates an obstruction in breathing in fresh air. To compare the three STL files of a lung with COPD, embodi3D® has also uploaded three files of a healthy lung. Chronic obstruction pulmonary disease chronic lung disease is often caused by long-term exposure to particulates, cigarette smoke, harmful gases, and other irritants. Those with COPD are at a higher risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer, and a number of other life-threatening conditions. #6. Have a Heart... in a Medical 3D Printing-Ready Format! We'd like to say a special "thank you" to the creators of this 3D-printable heart file, Dr. Beth Ripley and Dr. Tatiana, who have graciously shared this 3D-printable human heart in STL format. This file originally appeared in the "Top 10 Killers" list. While it appears in sixth place for this week's chart, the cardiac events we collectively refer to as "heart disease" remain the developed world's top "killer" and these files should serve to remind us why this type of research is so important — not only to the medical community, but the many patients cardiovascular disease affect each day. #7. 3D-Print a Lung with Pneumonia Pneumonia is one of the leading causes of hospitalization in many parts of the world. This inflammatory condition affects the microscopic alveoli (tiny air sacs) of the lungs, which leads to coughing, sneezing, and difficulty breathing. The 3D-printable files uploaded in STL format feature the lung, airways, and detailed imaging of the alveoli. #8. Compare Healthy and Diseased Kidneys by Creating a 3D Model Chronic kidney disease (chronic renal disease) presently affects around 26 million American adults, with many others at risk of developing this devastating disease. The STL files uploaded for your medical 3D printing use allow you to compare a healthy kidney to one with chronic renal disease. These are available in a format that is ready to be 3D-printed to create your three-dimensional model. #9. Create a 3D Model of a Human Colon with this STL File Surgical procedures, such as hemorrhoidectomies, require a surgeon with a solid grasp of three-dimensional human anatomy. By uploading and sharing medical 3D printing-ready files, such as this colon extracted from a CT DICOM dataset (0.8 mm slice thickness x 467 slices), those entering the profession can acquire this essential knowledge outside the confines of the operating room. Available for educational purposes, this 3D model includes the cecum, appendix, and overall layout of the small and large bowel. #10. A democratiz3D®-Created, 3D-Printable STL File of a Human Right Kidney Dr. Mike uploaded this printable STL file of a human kidney (right side), showing all the nuances of the kidney and renal collecting system in clear, stunning detail. Dr. Mike used the democratiz3D® premium tissue algorithms to bring out all the details of the kidney. Sharing 3D-printable files is just one of the many ways users are creating the future of preoperative planning and surgical performance. References 1. Zheng, B., Wang, X., Zheng, Y., & Feng, J. (2018). 3D-printed model improves clinical assessment of surgeons on anatomy. Journal of robotic surgery, 1-7.
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    rs CTA - stl file processed Have embodi3D 3D print this model for you. This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Thoracic scan, Left Main or left coronary artery (LCA), Left anterior descending (LAD), septal branches, Circumflex (Cx), Marginal branches (M1,M2), Right coronary artery, Acute marginal branch (AM), AV node branch, Posterior descending artery (PDA), cardiovascular, heart, 3d, model, printable, .stl, auricle, ventricle, aortic, arch, great, vessels, muscle, cardiovascular, thorax, bronchi, thoracic, wall, pectoral, dorsal, spine, spinous, transverse, 3d, model, printable, .stl, muscle

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  11. Happy International Day of Radiology! Create a Pelvis 3D Model Using STL Files For the better part of history, human anatomy has been taught by using human cadavers. While the practice has become much more ethical over the past century (grave-robbing is a rarity), there has been a push among the medical community to transition from human cadavers to 3D-printed anatomical models. Recently, the Anatomical Sciences Education released a report that may be of interest to those in the medical community: The Production of Anatomical Teaching Resources Using Three-Dimensional (3D) Printing Technology. This report details how 3D printing can provide the most important aspects of the prosection experience for medical students, yet without the ethical or hygienic issues often associated with using cadavers. Since Charles W. Hull first described the concept of 3D printing back in 1986, the field has now grown to encompass nearly every aspect of society — everything from do-it-yourself toys to life-saving implants, and even a pelvis 3D model as is the case in this week's featured article. Many of these uses would likely even be somewhat of a surprise to Mr. Hull. The embodi3D® community is helping the medical field to become less reliant on human cadavers while also creating opportunities to share 3D-printed anatomical models via STL files — something that is especially useful for medical students wishing to practice procedures in the treatment of rare conditions. Medical 3D printing offers a range of opportunities for medical students to study the bones, tissues, and muscles of the human anatomy. 3D printing also helps create understanding between physician and patient; patients are more apt to agree to a medical procedure when the condition can be seen as a lifelike 3D-printed model. In this week's hip, spine, and pelvis-themed post, embodi3D® will share with you some of the best 3D pelvis models. Many of these are available in ready-to-print STL format. You can create your own 3D printer-ready STL files by using embodi3D® software to convert CT scans. To get started, all you have to do is register with embodi3D®. It's quick, easy, and costs absolutely nothing to join. #1. An Anatomically Precise 3D-Printed Spine and Pelvis (Available for Free in STL Format) Embodi3D uploaded this excellent example of the pelvis anatomy. The pelvis is a complex structure composed of an osseous ring formed by the ischia, ilii, and sacrum, with numerous muscles and fascial condensations attached for support of the pelvis viscera and to enable ambulation. Within the pelvis reside the organs of reproduction, urination, and evacuation, in addition to major blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerves. #2. An Incredible 3D Model of an Acetabular Fracture of the Pelvis valchanov upload an incredible 3D model showing us acetabular fracture of the pelvis. Acute pelvic injuries can be divided into three major categories: Disruptions of the pelvic ring, fractures of the acetabulum, and isolated pelvic fractures which do not involve the acetabulum or disrupt the pelvic ring. Radiologists should be able to categorize the injury into one of these patterns based on an AP radiograph of the pelvis obtained as part of the routine trauma evaluation. Additional views, or more often today, CT scans, are used to further categorize the injury pattern and direct treatment. Hip injuries can be divided into two major categories: Dislocations and fractures. Fractures are further subdivided into femoral head, femoral neck, intertrochanteric, subtrochanteric, or isolated trochanteric fractures. Dislocations are most commonly posterior, but may be anterior or central. Sports injuries of the pelvis can be divided into intraarticular injuries, impingement syndromes, bursitis, fatigue fractures, and muscle/tendon injuries. The older population may present with insufficiency fractures of the pelvis, bursitis, or tendinopathy and tears of the pelvic musculature. TERMINOLOGY • Fracture involving articular surface of acetabulum. • Anterior column: Portion of innominate bone extending from anterior superior iliac spine to pubic symphysis and inferior pubic ramus. ○ Delimited on radiographs by iliopubic (a.k.a. iliopectineal) line. • Posterior column: Portion of innominate bone extending from posterior superior iliac spine to inferior pubic ramus. ○ Delimited on radiographs by ilioischial line. • Anterior, posterior walls: Create cup surrounding superior portion of femoral head. • Sciatic buttress: Bony continuity from sacroiliac junction (SIJ) to acetabulum. ○ Lost in both-column fracture, preserved in other types. PATHOLOGY • High-energy trauma most common. • Fall in elderly osteoporotic patient.. • 5 simple fracture types: Anterior column, posterior column, posterior wall, anterior wall, transverse • 5 associated fracture types: Transverse with posterior wall, posterior column with posterior wall, T-shaped, both column, anterior column with posterior hemi-transverse. #3. A Anatomical 3D-Printed Pelvis Bone (Available in STL Format) Dr. Mike makes this 3D model of the pelvis bone showing the bony pelvis. This forms a ring which can be conceptually subdivided in several ways. In the adult, it is formed of three bones and three articulations. The sacrum articulates via the paired sacroiliac joints with the innominate bones on either side, which articulate with each other via the pubic symphysis. The sacroiliac joints and pubic symphysis are synovial joints, but allow very limited motion. The bony pelvis can also be divided into the anterior portion of the ring, including the innominate bones from the ischial spine to the pubic symphysis, and the posterior ring, including the sacrum and the posterior portion of the innominate bones. Alternatively, the pelvis can be divided into the false pelvis above the iliopectineal line and part of the abdominal cavity, and the true pelvis which lies between the iliopectineal line and the ischial tuberosities. #4. A Muscle Model STL File Converted from a CT Scan This 3D printable of the pelvis was generated from real CT scan data and is thus anatomically accurate as it comes from a real person. It shows the detailed anatomy of the muscles. Muscle Groups • Hip adductors ○ Pectineus, adductors brevis, longus and magnus, obturator externus, quadratus femoris. • Hip flexors ○ Iliopsoas, rectus femoris, sartorius. • Hip abductors ○ Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, tensor fascia lata, sartorius, tensor fascia lata. • Hip external rotators ○ Piriformis, gemelli, quadratus femoris, obturator internus, obturator externus • Hip internal rotators ○ Piriformis (when hip flexed) • Hip extensors ○ Gluteus maximus, long head biceps femoris, semimembranosus, semitendinosus. #5. 3D-Printable Model of the Bony Pelvis (from a CT Scan) 3D printed bone anatomy facilitate pelvis education, especially in assisting structure recognition, compared with cadaveric pelvis and atlas. Other advantages over cadavers relate to ethics, cost, hygiene and repaired fragile structures. #6. A 3D-Printable Medical File of the Bony Pelvis (Converted from a CT Scan DICOM) Anatomic Spaces in Pelvis • Horizontal division into true and false pelvis • False pelvis: Iliac crest to pelvic brim ○ Part of abdominal cavity. • True pelvis: Pelvic brim to ischial tuberosity • Greater sciatic notch ○ Concavity along inferior border of ilium between posteroinferior margin of ilium and ischial spine . ○ Sacrospinous ligament along inferior border of notch converts notch to greater sciatic foramen. ○ Much of foramen is occupied by piriformis muscle. ○ Superior to piriformis muscle: Superior gluteal vessels and nerve. ○ Inferior to piriformis muscle: Inferior gluteal vessels, internal pudendal vessels, sciatic nerve, posterior femoral cutaneous nerve, nerve to obturator internus, nerve to quadratus femoris muscle. • Lesser sciatic notch ○ Small notch anterior to ischial spine. ○ Sacrospinous and sacrotuberous ligaments convert notch to lesser sciatic foramen. ○ Contains obturator internus, nerve to obturator internus, internal pudendal vessels and nerve. • Obturator ring/foramen ○ Bony ring formed from pubic body, superior and inferior pubic rami, and ischium. ○ Majority of foramen is covered by obturator membrane. ○ Superior portion of foramen not covered by obturator membrane. – Designated obturator canal – Obturator artery, vein, and nerve pass out of pelvis through obturator canal. ○ Obturator internus muscle arises from internal margin of obturator ring and obturator membrane. ○ Obturator externus muscle arises from external margin of obturator ring and obturator membrane. #7. 3D Pelvis Model from 62-Year-Old Patient with OA and Fracture (from CT Scan Data) An incredible 3D model showing degeneratives changes and fracture of the pelvis. PATHOLOGY General Features • Etiology ○ OA pathogenesis not fully understood; heterogeneous risk factors ○ Microtrauma applied to cartilage with biochemical changes of aging – ↓ water content, ↓ proteoglycans, ↓ number of chondrocytes □ Leads to brittle or soft cartilage, at risk for fissuring, ulceration, and delamination ○ Trauma – Acetabular or femoral head fracture, generally related to hip dislocation – Abnormal weight bearing due to trauma or degenerative change in other joints □ Limb-length discrepancy with pelvic tilt □ Scoliosis with pelvic tilt □ Knee arthritis with malalignment and relative limb shortening ○ Developmental abnormalities – Legg-Calvé-Perthes (ON in childhood) – Slipped capital femoral epiphysis ○ Abnormal morphology (developmental) – DDH □ Acetabular dysplasia (most common) □ Rotational malalignment of femoral neck – Femoral acetabular impingement morphology □ Cam type: Anterolateral femoral neck bump □ Pincer type: Overcoverage of head by acetabulum □ Cam and pincer types often coexist □ Several etiologies for each of these types ○ Abnormal morphology (congenital) – Epiphyseal abnormalities, such as spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia ○ Low levels of estrogen have been associated with ↑ risk of OA • Genetics ○ Twin and familial studies suggest OA is multigenic trait #8. Free Downloadable 3D Printing Model of the Pelvis and its relation with vascular vessels This incredible 3d model uploaded by vishnuk shows the pelvis and its relation with vascular vessels with great detail. #9. 3D model of the pelvis showing ureter passing down along the sides of the pelvis and get inside the bladder This excellent example was uploaded by Siewerts showing us the urinary pelvic organs and the relations with the pelvis bones. #10. Skin model STL file from converted CT scan This 57 years old female pelvis shows the shape and surface of this anatomical region, also you can access to all the series including bone, muscle and ct.
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    3rooo - stl file processed Have embodi3D 3D print this model for you. This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. heart, ventricle, muscle, auricle, mediastinum, bronchi, muscle, vessels, pulmonary, trunk, 3d, model, .stl, printable, aorta, great, vessel

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    test corart - stl file processed ventricle, auricle, heart, mediastinum, aorta, descedent, ascendent, bronchi, 3d, model, .stl, printable, dorsal, spine, muscle, great, vessels, Have embodi3D 3D print this model for you. This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans.

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    We are trying to convert this to an STL file. If you have issues, can you email adamjvillarreal@gmail.com. Thanks Adam ct, scan, with, contrast, axial, coronal, sagittal, lung, mediastinum, great, vessels, heart, auricle, right, hypertrophy, ventricle, cardiomegaly, dorsal, spine, scapula, clavicle, bone, 3d, model, septum, carotid, subclavian, arteries, diaphragm, bronchi

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    chest ct - stl file processed This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more. bone, 3d, model, .stl, cervical, spine, clavicle, scapula, ribs, chest, sternum, mediastinum, shoulder, dorsal, pulmonary, trunk, great, vessels, joint, sternoclavicular, costocondral, printable,

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    Ribs and chest cavity CT scan, chest, thorax, ct, scan, with, contrast, ventricle, septum, auricle, lung, ribs, scapula, clavicle, sternum, aorta, descendent, ascenden, cava inferior vein, superior, great, vessels, mediastinum, neck, diaphragm, pulmonary, trunk, liver, spleen, stomach, pancreas, small, bowel, mesenteric, dorsal, spine, spinous, transverse, medulla,

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