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  1. Version 1.0.0


    This is a 3D model of aorta and aortic vessel tree extracted from real CTA patient image. In addition to 3d models in .dae, .mtl, .obj, .ply, .stl files, original CTA image as well as an annotation, obtained using 3D slicer, from which 3d models are extracted is provided. CTA scan covers the ascending aorta, the aortic arch and its branches into the head/neck area, the thoracic aorta, the abdominal aorta and the lower abdominal aorta with the iliac arteries branching into the legs. The 3D model includes aorta and aortic vessel tree. The short YouTube video is available at:
  2. Version 1.0.0


    This is a collection of 60 cardiac MRI images of different patients collected based on in vivo clinical environment. All the data cover the whole heart from the upper abdominal to the aortic arch. The MRI data were acquired using 3D balanced steady state free precession (b-SSFP) sequences, with about 2 mm acquisition resolution at each direction and reconstructed (resampled) into about 1 mm.
  3. Version 1.0.0


    This is a collection of 60 cardiac CTA images of different patients collected based on in vivo clinical environment. All the data cover the whole heart from the upper abdominal to the aortic arch. The slices were acquired in the axial view. The in-plane resolution is about 0.78 × 0.78 mm and the average slice thickness is 1.60 mm (each volume has in-between 230-512 2D slices).
  4. Just read this very interesting article. I think the article oversimplifies the situation a bit, as the system seems to be designed primarily for cardiac MR angiography and not for MRIs in general, but nonetheless, it is an impressive advance. http://news.mit.edu/2015/3-d-printed-heart-models-surgery-0917
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