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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Circle of Willis from MRA.Posterior internal frontal artery Anterior parietal artery, Paracentral artery, Posterior parietal artery, , Anterior internal frontal artery, Superior internal parietal artery, , Medial internal frontal artery, Inferior internal parietal artery, Frontal polar artery, Artery of the angular gyrus, Pericallosal artery, Posterior temporal artery, Prefrontal arteries, Second segment of the middle cerebral artery, Second segment of the anterior cerebral artery, Anterior choroidal artery, Frontal orbital artery, Posterior communicating artery, Ophthalmic artery, Internal carotid artery, Callosomarginal artery, MRI, with contrast

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  2. Muhammad Ridha

    tezt

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    tezt 1, head, skull, brain, cerebellum, corpus, callosum, frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital, lobes, paranasal, sinuses, mri, t1, sagittal, tongue, clinoid, apophysis, .stl, 3d, model, printable, brainstem, lips, dental, dentistry,

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  3. Version 1.0.0

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    test to convert 3d model, girus, frontalis, temporalis, parietalis, occipitalis, head, skull, brain, skin, callosum, orbit, eyelid, cerebellum, MRI, T1, ethmoid, cells, tongue, hard, palate, incisor, molar, premolar, canine, teeth, thalamus, cervical, spine, process, transverse, neck, muscles, nasal, lips, maxillary, sinus, paranasal, sinuses, sphenoid, clinoid, apophysis,

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    asdada

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    file, axial, dicom, MRI, pelvis, gluteus, hip, urinary, bladder colon, descendent, rectum, sigmoid, thigh, lower, limb, quadriceps, vastus, pubis, ischium, ilium,

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  5. bill519

    ankle

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    ankle images, Interosseous muscle, Proximal, middle, and distal, phalanx of second toe, Metatarsal I (base), Extensor digitorum muscle, Cuneonavicular joint, Metatarsal II (head), Navicular, Adductor hallucis muscle, Talonavicular joint, Flexor digitorum longus muscle, Talonavicular ligament, Adductor hallucis muscle, Medial cuneiform. Talocalcaneal interosseous ligament, Intermediate cuneiform, Peroneus (fibularis) longus muscle, Talus, Deep plantar arch, Extensor hallucis longus muscle, Quadratus plantae muscle, Tibia, Plantar calcaneonavicular ligament, Talocrural joint, Flexor digitorum brevis muscle, Tibialis posterior muscle, Plantar aponeurosis, Flexor hallucis longus muscle, Lateral plantar artery, vein, and nerve, Posterior talofibular ligament, Abductor digiti minimi muscle, Achilles’ tendon (calcaneal tendon), Subtalar joint, Pre-Achilles’ fat body, Calcaneus

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  6. sdove

    brain 1 to print

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  7. If you are able to read this sentence, you not only have your English teacher to thank (as the popular bumper sticker suggests), but also your brain. The human brain — all of 3 pounds (1,350 grams) — consumes over 10% of the human body's total energy, yet most of its weight is water and makes up very little of the body's total mass. The recent explosion of 3D printing technologies in the field of neurosurgery has made creating a 3D brain model using CT-converted STL files easier than ever. This popularity has led to a number of medical authorities to further explore the technology's current utility and future potential. In a recent article titled "3D printing in neurosurgery: A systematic review," it was found that 3D printing techniques are not only practical, but also a viable means of creating anatomically correct models that can be applied to medical simulations, training, surgical planning, and secondary devices. 3D-printed models have also enabled neurosurgeons to explore structures in a way that is non-invasive. Amazingly, 3D models can be created using existing technologies, such as two-dimensional MRI, CT, and X-ray scans. These files are then converted into 3D printer-ready STL files using a program such as democratiz3D® from embodi3D®, a free tool that makes converting CT scans in 3D-printable files as easy as possible. Before you can make use the awesome medical 3D printing services offered by embodi3D®, you must become a registered embodi3D® member. It's absolutely free to join — sign up today! Once you've signed up, be sure to check out the tutorial demonstrating how easy it is to create your own 3D models. #1. 3D Printing a Brain Model with Stroke from an STL File This excellent 3D model of the brain circulation shows all the intracranial vessels. Stroke is a generic term that describes the clinical event of a sudden onset of neurologic deficit secondary to cerebrovascular disease. Stroke has 4 main etiologies, including cerebral infarction (80%), intraparenchymal hemorrhage (15%), nontraumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage (5%), and venous infarction (approximately 1%). Clinically, ischemic infarction is the most common etiology and will be the main topic of this introduction. The principal cause of cerebral infarction is atherosclerosis and its sequelae. Middle Cerebral Artery (MCA) distribution typically involves the majority of the lateral surface of the hemisphere, including the frontal, temporal, and parietal lobes. In addition, the majority of the lenticulostriate arteries arise from the M1 segment and supplies the basal ganglia. Anterior Cerebral Artery (ACA) supplies the medial anteroinferior frontal lobe, the anterior 2/3 of the medial hemisphere surface, and a variable amount of territory over the cerebral convexity. The corpus callosum is also typically supplied primarily by the ACA branches: Callosal perforating, pericallosal, and posterior splenial branches. Posterior Cerebral Artery (PCA) vascular territory, including the occipital lobes, inferior temporal lobes, and medial posterior 1/3 of the interhemispheric brain. Patients with PCA ischemia most commonly present with visual complaints. Large vessel/atherosclerotic strokes represent ~ 40% of strokes. The carotid bifurcation is the most common site of atherosclerotic plaque. Circle of Willis - A1-segment: Anterior cerebral artery from carotid bifurcation to anterior communicating artery gives rise to the medial lenticulostriate arteries. - A2-segment: Part of anterior cerebral artery distal to the anterior communicating artery. - P1-segment: Part of the posterior cerebral artery proximal to the posterior communicating artery. The posterior communicating artery is between the carotid bifurcation and the posterior cerebral artery) - P2-segment: Part of the posterior cerebral artery distal to the posterior communicating artery. - M1-segment: Horizontal part of the middle cerebral artery which gives rise to the lateral lenticulostriate arteries which supply most of the basal ganglia. - M2-segment: is the part in the sylvian fissure and the M3-segment is the cortical segment. - Horizontal M1-segment Gives rise to the lateral lenticulostriate arteries which supply part of head and body of caudate, globus pallidus, putamen and the posterior limb of the internal capsule. Notice that the medial lenticulostriate arteries arise from the A1-segment of the anterior cerebral artery. - Sylvian M2-segment Branches supply the temporal lobe and insular cortex (sensory language area of Wernicke), parietal lobe (sensory cortical areas) and inferolateral frontal lobe - Cortical M3-segment Branches supply the lateral cerebral cortex #2. A Brain Model Created from a High-Resolution MRI Scan This 3D model shows each of the cerebral hemispheres (the frontal lobe, the parietal lobe, the temporal lobe, and the occipital lobe, limbic lobe), sulcus, Silvian fissure and Rolandic fissure. Surgical education has undergone a recent paradigm shift toward simulation-based training as opposed to the traditional experience-based training program. This change reflects the need for a safe teaching environment separated from the risk-inherent operating room, thus enabling teaching faculty to focus on training during simulations and patient care during operations. Other factors have also contributed to the shift including instituted training restrictions that have limited patient interactions, which are essential for procedural learning. The capabilities of 3D printing are well suited for the development of these physical simulators, which is evident from the literature. #3. An MRI of the Brain This excellent MRI image of the brain shows all the anatomy structures with great detail. Current surgical planning for the resection of brain tumors involves using MRI technology to differentiate between tumor and surrounding brain tissue. Nonetheless, even when this distinction is clear, it can be difficult for surgeons to appreciate the relationships between adjacent anatomical landmarks during the procedure. 3D printing technology has enabled MRI data to be translated into patient-specific models depicting the associations between tumor, skull, vasculature, and surrounding nonpathologic brain tissue. Therefore, surgeons can recognize the location and extent of the tumor relative gyral/sulcal patterns and skull features. Models have then been further utilized to simulate realistic surgical approaches under microscopic observation. Spottiswoode et al. additionally included printed regions of functional MRI (fMRI) activation determined from presurgical mapping paradigms in the model to demarcate areas of eloquent cortex that should be avoided in resection. #4. A Brain CTA (nrrd file) This is an illustrative case of a normal CT angiography obtained with contrast administration. #5. A Fronto-Parietal Brain Tumor from an MRI Printed head models have also had a role in the planning and development of novel treatments for brain tumors. Phantoms that replicate the properties of the skull and cerebral tissue were produced to evaluate the potential for MRI-guided focused ultrasound to be used in the noninvasive thermocoagulation of brain tumors. #6. A 55-Year-Old Male's Brain (from an MRI Scan) The neocortex is the most phylogenetically developed structure of the human brain as compared with the brains of other species. The complex pattern of folding allows an increased cortical surface to occupy a smaller cranial volume. The pattern of folding that forms the sulcal and gyral patterns remains highly preserved across individuals. This enables a nomenclature for the cortical anatomy. #7. A Post-Traumatic Brain Injury Pneumocephalus refers to the presence of intracranial gas, and in the vast majority of cases the gas is air. The term encompasses gas in any of the intracranial compartments, and is most commonly encountered following trauma or surgery. Gas on CT will have a very low density (~ -1000HU) but care needs to be taken in ensuring that it is not fat which although of much higher density (-90HU) also appear completely black on routine brain windows. #8. A 3d printable model of the brain: An example This brain model was printed for a customer in white PLA. It turned out great! #9. Dilated Ventricles with Colpocephaly Colpocephaly is a congenital brain abnormality in which the occipital horns - the posterior or rear portion of the lateral ventricles (cavities) of the brain -- are larger than normal because white matter in the posterior cerebrum has failed to develop or thicken. #10. Full Sized Brain with marked cerebellar atrophy Diffuse atrophy of the cerebellum refers to a progressive and irreversible reduction in cerebellar volume. It is a relatively common finding and found in a wide variety of clinical scenarios. References 1. Randazzo, M., Pisapia, J. M., Singh, N., & Thawani, J. P. (2016). 3D printing in neurosurgery: a systematic review. Surgical neurology international, 7(Suppl 33), S801. 2. Radiology assistant web. 3 Radiopaedia.org 4. Osborn´s Brain Imaging. 5. Medscape
  8. Sanz-Fraile

    Heart test

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    Just a test, MRI, without, contrast, T2, mediastinum, heart, ventricle, auricle, diaphragm, muscle, stomach, abdomen, ribs, thorax, chest,

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  9. Gabe

    4brain

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    4brain, MRI, flair, without, contrast, .stl, 3d, model, printable, frontal, head, occipital, parietal, cerebellum, brainstem, thalamus, atlas, axis, cervical, spine, lordosis, corpus, callosum, cerebellum, thalamus, orbit, eyeball, tongue, hard, palate, teeth, neck, cervical, spine, atlas, axis, lordosis, clivus, foramen, magnum

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  10. Gabe

    3 T2

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    3 Brain, MRI, T2, without, contrast, .stl, 3d, model, printable, frontal, head, occipital, parietal, cerebellum, brainstem, thalamus, atlas, axis, cervical, spine, lordosis, corpus, callosum, cerebellum, thalamus, orbit, eyeball, tongue, hard, palate, teeth, neck, cervical, spine, atlas, axis, lordosis, clivus, foramen, magnum

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  11. Gabe

    1Scout

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    top brain, MRI, without, contrast, t1, head, skull, frontal, temporal, .stl, without, contrast, brainstem, corpus, callosum, cerebellum, thalamus, orbit, eyeball, tongue, hard, palate, teeth, neck, cervical, spine, atlas, axis, lordosis, clivus, foramen, magnum

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  12. Gabe

    2SE

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    2 brain, MRI, T1, without, contrast, .stl, 3d, model, printable, frontal, head, occipital, parietal, cerebellum, brainstem, thalamus, atlas, axis, cervical, spine, lordosis, corpus, callosum, cerebellum, thalamus, orbit, eyeball, tongue, hard, palate, teeth, neck, cervical, spine, atlas, axis, lordosis, clivus, foramen, magnum

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  13. christan

    matt

    Version 1.0.0

    2 downloads

    field, MRI, .stl, 3d, model, printable, without, contrast, axial, dicom, head, skull, neck, frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital, bone, foramen, magnum, orbit, eyeball, ethmoid, cells, septum, nasal, lower, turbiantes, maxilla, mandible, incisor, molar, premolar, canine, teeth, tooth, dental, atlas, axis, cervical, spine, lordosis, petrous, ridge, foramina, dens, dentistry, maxillofacial, tongue,

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  14. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allows for the delineation between normal and abnormal tissue on a macroscopic scale, sampling an entire tissue volume three-dimensionally. While MRI is an extremely sensitive tool for detecting tissue abnormalities, association of signal changes with an underlying pathological process is usually not straightforward. This digital model can then be used to create a 3D-printed custom holder for the brain. (1,2,3) An MRI sequence is a number of radiofrequency pulses and gradients that result in a set of images with a particular appearance. When describing most MRI sequences we refer to the shade of grey of tissues or fluid with the word intensity, leading to the following absolute terms: - high signal intensity = white - intermediate signal intensity = grey - low signal intensity = black Often we refer to the appearance by relative terms: - hyperintense = brighter than the thing we are comparing it to. - isointense = same brightness as the thing we are comparing it to. - hypointense = darker than the thing we are comparing it to. This week we´d like to share the best MRI images from embodi3d. Also, we invite you to become an embodi3D® member and get full access, it´s easy and free! 1. Aortic type III MRI 3D reconstruction This excellent 3D model was uploaded by valchanov. The aortic arch type III is described using as criterion the vertical distance from the origin of the brachiocephalic trunk (BT) to the top of the arch in the parasagittal ‘stretched-out’ projection. This distance is < 2 diameter of the left common carotid artery (LCA). This can influence the feasibility and difficulty of interventional and/or surgical maneuvers. 2. An head´s MRI pmcpartlan uploads this brain´s MRI, T1 sequence. In the context of neurosurgical planning, one can lay implantable devices on the skull or brain to see precise ultimate spatial fits, as well as anticipate surgical approaches such as any bone windows. The 3D models can also be excellent educational tools that are more robust and less toxic than fixed tissue. 3. An MRI of 25 year old male In this 3D model reconstruction we can see we exquisite detail all the structures of the face. Excellent for surgical planning. 4. A left knee MRI after an injury This MRI shows patella´s osteophytes. The cruciate ligaments and meniscus are normal. 5. Left hemisphere´s brain tumor. Contrast enhancement visualized. Homogeneous enhancement can be seen in: Metastases, Lymphoma, Germinoma and other pineal gland tumors Pituitary macroadenoma, Pilocytic astrocytoma and hemangioblastoma (only the solid component), Ganglioglioma, Meningioma and Schwannoma. Three-dimensional models and navigation systems for neurosurgery can be combined to improve surgical planning and surgeon training. An study titled: New Directions in 3D Medical Modeling: 3D-Printing Anatomy and Functions in Neurosurgical Planning reported herein demonstrates that preoperative planning using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) tractography and 3D models is feasible and can be employed in the preparation of complex operations. Additionally, it is likely that this process can shorten operation times, contribute to better patient safety, and be used for training surgeons. 6. Right anterior cruciate ligament´s injury This knee MRI without contrast shows an anterior cruciate ligament´s injury. Most tears occur in proximal or mid portion of ligament. Staging, Grading, & Classification • Complete tear: Ligament functionally incompetent ○ Some fibers may remain morphologically intact • Partial tear ○ High grade (unstable): Abnormal Lachman but not completely disrupted – Usually ≥ 50% of ligamentous cross section disrupted. – Tears involving 50-75% of ligament → high likelihood of progression to complete tear. ○ Low grade (stable): Some laxity on exam but defined endpoint on anterior drawer test. Image Interpretation Pearls • Use axial MR images to determine partial vs. complete 7. Lumbar spine´s MRI In this MRI we can see L4-L5 bulging and osteodegenerative changes. Thanks Dr. Pablo Andres Rodriguez Covili, Medico Neurorradiólogo/Chile. 8. Normal hand finger anatomy by MRI Hand´s MRI can provide important information for diagnosis and evaluation of soft-tissue trauma in the fingers. An optimal imaging technique should include proper positioning, dedicated surface coils, and specific protocols for the suspected abnormalities. Familiarity with the fine anatomy of the normal finger is crucial for identifying pathologic entities. MR imaging is a powerful method for evaluating acute and chronic lesions of the stabilizing articular elements (volar plate and collateral ligaments) of the fingers and thumbs, particularly in the frequently affected proximal interphalangeal and metacarpophalangeal joints. In the palmar aspect of the hand, the flexor digitorum superficialis (FDS) tendons of the lesser (second-fifth) digits insert onto the palmar aspects of the bases of the middle phalanges. Prior to their insertion, they briefly split at the level of the proximal phalanges then reunite at the level of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joints to create ring apertures for passage of the flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) tendons. In the dorsal aspect of the hand, the digital branches of the extensor digitorum (ED) tendon trifurcate distal to the metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint. A central band from each ED branch inserts on the dorsal aspects of the bases of the lesser middle phalanges. Radial and ulnar bands continue more distally to insert on the dorsal aspects of the bases of the distal phalanges. The MCP joint collateral ligaments of the thumb and lesser digits extend with slight obliquity from shallow depressions on the radial and ulnar aspects of the metacarpal heads to the bases of the proximal phalanges. 9. Left foot MRI An incredible foot´s MRI showing the normal anatomy with exquisite detail. Excellent for surgical assessment. 10. Another Lumbar spine´s MRI This MRI shows normal anatomy. References 1. Demertzis, S., Hurni, S., Stalder, M., Gahl, B., Herrmann, G., & Van den Berg, J. (2010). Aortic arch morphometry in living humans. Journal of anatomy, 217(5), 588-596. 2. Jones, J. (2018). MRI | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org. Radiopaedia.org. 3. Luciano, N. J., Sati, P., Nair, G., Guy, J. R., Ha, S. K., Absinta, M., ... & Reich, D. S. (2016). Utilizing 3D printing technology to merge mri with histology: a protocol for brain sectioning. Journal of visualized experiments: JoVE, (118). 4. Naftulin, J. S., Kimchi, E. Y., & Cash, S. S. (2015). Streamlined, inexpensive 3D printing of the brain and skull. PLoS One, 10(8), e0136198. 5. Bahadure, N. B., Ray, A. K., & Thethi, H. P. (2017). Image analysis for MRI based brain tumor detection and feature extraction using biologically inspired BWT and SVM. International journal of biomedical imaging, 2017. 6. Mirvis, S. E. (2016). Diagnostic Imaging: Musculoskeletal: Trauma.
  15. Gabe

    braintry2

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    braintry2, , head, .stl, 3d, model, printable, brain, MRI, FLAIR, frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital, lateral, ventricles, fourth, third, thalamus, brainstem, white, matter, grey, lobes, interhemispheric, pallidum, globus, organ, central, nervous, system,

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    brain

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    my brain, head, .stl, 3d, model, printable, brain, MRI, FLAIR, frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital, lateral, ventricles, fourth, third, thalamus, brainstem, white, matter, grey, lobes, interhemispheric, pallidum, globus, organ, central, nervous, system,

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  17. Myli

    asd

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    test1, child, lower, limb, metaphysis, condyle, tibia, fibula, knee, patella, tendon, patellar, ligaments, cruciate, triceps, soleus, muscles, mri, without, contrast,

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  18. yovo24

    FIn

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    Sacrum, MRI, sagittal, iliac, pubis, ischium, bone, acetabulum, head, neck, trochanter, femur, lower, limb, .stl, 3d, model, gluteus, small, bowel, colon, sacrum,

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  19. Version 1.0.0

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    Knee Injury Unknown Condition - stl file processed This file was created with democratiz3D. Automatically create 3D printable models from CT scans. Learn more. mri, .stl, 3d, model, printable, lower, limb,

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  20. El Loco - 0

    tumorio

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    isssa skull with a tumor inside but i just want the skull lol, skull, MRI, without, contrast, brain, cerebellum, occipital, .stl, 3d, model, printable, brainstem, cistern, orbit, eyeball, with, contrast, axial, dicom, temporal, parietal, sinus, longitudinal, sigmoid, vermis, septum, nasal, ethmoid, cells, maxillary, zygomatic, arch, head, frontal, lobes, inner, ear, mastoid, process, atlas, axis, cervical, spine, clivus, masticatory, muscles, tumor,

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  21. Version 1.0.0

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    Sample3DSTL, MRI, without, contrast, .stl, sagittal, frontal, parietal, lobes, cerebellum, petrous, ridge, ear, mastoid, process, facial, muscles, orbit, eyeball, face, 3d, model, printable,

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    sampleSkull, MRI, without, contrast, .stl, sagittal, frontal, parietal, lobes, cerebellum, petrous, ridge, ear, mastoid, process, facial, muscles, orbit, eyeball, face, 3d, model, printable,

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  23. Erosennin

    right knee

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    4 downloads

    right knee to convert to a 3d printable file for making an operation for my dad Femur, Patella, Medial femoral epicondyle, Lateral femoral epicondyle, Intercondylar fossa, Lateral femoral condyle, Medial femoral condyle, Lateral tubercle of the intercondylar eminence, Medial tubercle of the intercondylar eminence, Lateral tibial plateau, Medial tibial plateau, Tibial tuberosity, Fibular head, Fibular neck, Tibia, 3d, model, .stl, printable, lower, limb, bone, Medial collateral ligament, Lateral femoral condyle, Medial femoral condyle, Lateral meniscus (anterior horn), Lateral tibial condyle, Medial meniscus (anterior horn), cruciate, cysts, MRI, without, contrast,

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  24. Version 1.0.0

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    file of practice, head, neck, axial, stl, dicom, 3dmodel, print, brain, lobes, Frontal sinus, Frontal bone, Falx cerebri, Orbital gyri, Straight gyrus, Anterior cerebral artery, Anterior communicating artery, Internal carotid artery, Superior temporal gyrus, Middle temporal gyrus, Middle cerebral artery, Posterior communicating artery, Optic chiasm, Amygdaloid body, Pituitary stalk, Lateral ventricle (temporal horn), Dorsum sellae, Hippocampus, Pentagon of basal cisterns, Inferior temporal gyrus, Posterior cerebral artery, Parahippocampal gyrus, Tentorium cerebelli, Basilar artery and basal sulcus, Pons Sigmoid sinus, Cerebellar peduncle (middle), Fourth ventricle, Dentate nucleus, vermis of cerebellum (superior part), Temporal bone, Confluence of the sinuses, Cerebellar hemisphere, Transverse sinus, Occipital bone, thyroid, gland, carotid, yugular, maxilla, maxillary, sinus, hard, palate, nasopharynx, nasal septum, lower turbinates, mandible, corpus, callosum

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  25. Jose Manuel

    TumorCerebro

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    Analisis de un tumor en el cerebro, MRI, with, contrast, .stl, 3d, model, lobe, frontal, eyeball, ethmoid, cells, arteries, cerebellum, mastoid, process, pterygoid, zygomatic, sinus, longitudinal, inferior, parietal, occipital, temporal, brainstem, lateral, ventricles, third, fourth, tumor, brain, vermis, thalamus, muscles, sigmoid, sinus,

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