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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    skull, anthropology, sex, estimation, male, female orbit, mandible, maxilla, angle, ramus, coronoid, conduct, inner, frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital, mastoid, process, foramen, foramina, incisor, molar, premolar, canine, teeth, tooth, dental, dentistry, head, zygomatic, arch, Compare traits between male and female skulls as described in: https://www.morphopasse.com/uploads/8/4/0/8/8408493/klales_nij_database_manual_v1_03.29.19_on_website.pdf. Models were generated from TCIA Head and Neck Cetuximab collection (0522c0251 (top) and 0522c0476 (bottom)), originally under National Institute of Justice grant #2014-DN-BX-K005. Vertebrae were removed during segmentation for access to inferior landmarks, so occipital condyles may be flattened. Models are arranged so they can be combined into one viewing space for comparison as shown--import both into Meshlab or 3D Slicer for further visualizations and/or measurements. Sketchfab viewer available here: https://skfb.ly/6UDFQ and can be embedded into Learning Management Systems.

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  2. Version 1.0.0

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    Left and right innominates from the Visible Human Female CT scan downloaded from https://mri.radiology.uiowa.edu/visible_human_datasets.html. Models were generated using the Segment Editor in 3D Slicer and internal components were removed using Meshlab so meshes are hollow. Use to practice siding, age estimation, sex estimation. Animation rotates each os coxae from anterior view to lateral to anterior to medial and back to anterior so the left and right sides can be compared in each view. Models are in anatomical position so they can be combined into one viewing space for comparison as shown--import both into Meshlab or 3D Slicer for further visualizations and/or measurements. Sketchfab viewer available here: https://skfb.ly/6VqV9 and can be embedded into Learning Management Systems.

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  3. Version .stl

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    These are the pubic bones of an 18yo male (ABD_LYMPH_010) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer. "ABD010_PS_M18_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1mm to minimize material volume for printing through Shapeways--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic." "ABD010_PS_M18_closed.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways. I haven't printed this model yet, but I will post pics when I do!

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  4. Version 1.0.0

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    ABD009 from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA.

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  5. Version 1.0.0

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    62yo male skull from the Head-Neck Cetuximab collection of The Cancer Imaging Archives. Bosch, Walter R., Straube, William L., Matthews, John W., & Purdy, James A. (2015). Data From Head-Neck_Cetuximab. The Cancer Imaging Archive.http://doi.org/10.7937/K9/TCIA.2015.7AKGJUPZ Clark K, Vendt B, Smith K, Freymann J, Kirby J, Koppel P, Moore S, Phillips S, Maffitt D, Pringle M, Tarbox L, Prior F. The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA): Maintaining and Operating a Public Information Repository, Journal of Digital Imaging, Volume 26, Number 6, December, 2013, pp 1045-1057.

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  6. Version 1.0.0

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    These are the pubic bones of a 59yo male (ABD_LYMPH_011) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer. "ABD011_PS_M59_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic." "ABD011_PS_M59_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways. I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges. If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments. If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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  7. Version 1.0.0

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    These are the pubic bones of a 59yo female (ABD_LYMPH_006) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer. "ABD006_PS_F59_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic." "ABD006_PS_F59_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways. I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges. If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments. If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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  8. Version 1.0.0

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    These are the pubic bones of a 41yo female (ABD_LYMPH_005) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer. "ABD005_PS_F41_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic." "ABD005_PS_F41_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways. I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges. If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments. If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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  9. Version 1.0.0

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    These are the pubic bones of a 60yo male (ABD_LYMPH_004) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer. "ABD004_PS_M60_LR_1mm_cut.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic." "ABD_004_PS_M60_flat2.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways. I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges. I've included a screenshot showing how to split the left and right halves in Meshlab using the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments. If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

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  10. Version 1.0.0

    7 downloads

    These are the pubic bones of a 73yo male (ABD_LYMPH_007) from the CT Lymph Nodes Collection of TCIA, which is made available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. I modeled these with the Grayscale Model Maker in 3D Slicer (see tutorial pt. 1), hollowed with Meshlab, fixed for printing with Meshmixer. "ABD007_PS_M73_1mm.stl" has a wall thickness of 1 mm to minimize material volume for printing with powder-based printers (for example, through Shapeways)--I would recommend white "strong and flexible plastic." "ABD007_PS_M73_hollow.stl" is hollow with filled holes--this is what I would use for filament printers, but you could use this to print a solid model through Shapeways. I also cut the bottoms flat on both so they can be oriented upright to print--I would not recommend printing with the symphyseal face up because the layering process will impose ridges. If you want to split the left and right halves, in Meshlab use the filter "Split in Connected Components"--once split, each "layer" can be exported as separate .stl files. The "Plane Cut" tool in Meshmixer can be used to further cut the models if you want smaller segments. If you would like to add shading to the 3D models to enhance viewing of the symphyseal face, in Meshlab apply the Filter--> Color Creation and Processing--> Ambient Occlusion per Vertex.

    Free

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