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  1. There seems to be lots of interest in this community regarding 3D printing from ultrasound images. Does anybody know of resources available to show how to do it? I'm sure many here would be interested.
  2. NRRD is a file format for storing and visualizing medical image data. Its main benefit over DICOM, the standard file format for medical imaging, is that NRRD files are anonymized and contain no sensitive patient information. Furthermore NRRD files can store a medical scan in a single file, whereas DICOM data sets are usually comprised of a directory or directories that contain dozens if not hundreds of individual files. NRRD is thus a good file for transferring medical scan data while protecting patient privacy. This tutorial will teach you how to create an NRRD file from a DICOM data set generated from a medical scan, such as a CT, MRI, ultrasound, or x-rays. To complete this tutorial you will need a CD or DVD with your medical imaging scan, or a downloaded DICOM data set from one of many online repositories. If you had a medical scan at a hospital or clinic you can usually obtain a CD or DVD from the radiology department after signing a waiver and paying a small copying fee. Step 1: Download Slicer Slicer is a free software program for medical imaging. It can be downloaded from the www.slicer.org. Once on the Slicer homepage, click on the Download link as shown in Figure 1. Figure 1 Slicer is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Choose your operating system and download the latest stable release as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2: Download Slicer Step 2: Copy the DICOM files into Slicer. Insert your CD or DVD containing your medical scan data into your CD or DVD drive, or open the folder containing your DICOM files if you have a downloaded data set. If you navigate into the folder directory, you will notice that there are usually multiple DICOM files in one or more directories, as shown in Figure 3. Navigate to the highest level folder containing all the DICOM files. Figure 3: There are many DICOM files in a study Open Slicer. The welcome screen will show, as demonstrated in Figure 4. Left click on the folder that contains the DICOM files and drop it onto the Welcome panel in Slicer. Slicer will ask you if you want to load the DICOM files into the DICOM database, as shown in Figure 5. Click OK Slicer will then ask you if you want to copy the files or merely add links. Click Copy as shown in Figure 6. Figure 4: Drag and drop the DICOM folder onto the Slicer Welcome window. Figures 5 and 6 After working for a minute or two, Slicer will tell you that the DICOM import was successful, as shown in Figure 7. Click OK Figure 7 Step 3: Open the Medical Scan in Slicer. At this point you should see a window called the DICOM Browser, as shown in Figure 8. The browser has three panels, which show the patient information, study information, and the individual series within each study. If you close the DICOM Browser and need to open it again, you can do so under the Modules menu, as shown in Figure 9. Figure 8: DICOM Browser Figure 9: Finding the DICOM browser Each series in a medical imaging scan is comprised of a stack of images that together make a volume. This volume can be used to make the NRRD file. Modern CT and MRI scans typically have multiple series and different orientations that were collected using different techniques. These multiple views of the same structures allow the doctors reading the scan to have the best chance of making the correct diagnosis. A detailed explanation of the different types of CT and MRI series is beyond the scope of this article, but will be covered in a future tutorial. Click on the single patient, study, and a series of interest. Click the Load button as shown in Figure 8. The series will then begin to load as shown in Figure 10. Figure 10: The study is loading Step 4: Save the Imaging Data in NRRD Format Once the series loads you will see the imaging data displayed in the Slicer windows. Click the Save button on the upper left-hand corner, as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11: Click the Save button The Save Scene dialog box will then appear. Two or more rows may be shown. Put a checkmark next to the row that has a name that ends in ".nrrd". Uncheck all other rows. Click the directory button for the nrrd file and specify the directory to save the file into. Then click the save button, as shown in Figure 12. Figure 12: Check the NRRD file and specify save directory. The NRRD file will now be saved in the directory you specified!
  3. kevinvandeusen

    baby

    Version 1.0.0

    43 downloads

    baby, 3d, model, .stl, ultrasound, obstetrics, head, neck, upper, limbs, chest, abdomen, amniotic, fluid, placenta, printable,

    Free

  4. Eduardo Rivera

    B6

    Version 1.0.0

    5 downloads

    test, 3d, model, ultrasound, baby, whole, body, head, neck, thorax, abdomen, limbs, .stl printable, amniotic, fluid, BABY_38.nrrd

    Free

  5. I am trying to print a 3D ultrasound I want to know how to make a 3D model out of a ultrasound. What programs will I need and what steps will I need to take is there a tutorial on doing said thing.
  6. Hessam Rastgar

    janin

    Version 1.0.0

    12 downloads

    3d print of janin printba, baby, 3d, model, second, trimester, head, neck, thorax, abdomen, limbs, 4d, ultrasound, obstetrics, .stl, printable

    Free

  7. bdenkers

    Baby

    Version 1.0.0

    60 downloads

    One of our twins ultrasound, baby, ultrasound, 3d, 4d, model, printable, head, skull, face, eye, nose, lips, cheek, .stl, amniotic, fluid, placenta, twins

    Free

  8. mdrytr

    Brooklyn .1

    Version 1.0.0

    26 downloads

    Baby, 4d, ultrasound, obstetrics, stl, 3d, model, placenta, amniotic, liquid, face, frontal, eye, nasal, lip, ear, printable, baby, hand, arm

    Free

  9. Version 1.0.1

    16 downloads

    conversion into stl, ultrasound, 3d, 4d, head, face, frontal, eye, nose, nasal, chest, shoulder, placenta, amniotic, fluid, printable, skin, baby, obstetrics

    Free

  10. Version 1.0.0

    12 downloads

    teste para impressão, ultrasound, 3d, model, stl, printable, 4d, face, eye, lips, amniotic, fluid, armn, shoulder, neck, obstetrics

    Free

  11. Pinate

    test 1

    Version 1.0.0

    17 downloads

    my first test, baby, ultrasound, stl, face, eye, lip, nose, amniotic, fluid, neck, shoulder

    Free

  12. fabian77

    eco

    Version 1.0.0

    27 downloads

    prueba, mia, baby, face, eye, nose, mandible, maxilla, neck, ultrasound, 3d, model, printable, lips, eyebrow

    Free

  13. 2018tony

    File 2

    Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    File 2 ultrasound, echocardiogram, ultrasound, echocardiogram, auricle, ventricle, .stl, 3dm model, septum, miocardium, chest, thorax, printable

    Free

  14. Lynn

    DICOM1

    Version 1.0.0

    11 downloads

    Ultrasound 4D Dicom file, ultrasound, 3d, model, .stl, printable, head, brain, cerebellum, temporal, frontal, lobes, wills, poligon, 4d, obstetrics,

    Free

  15. ducthangdr

    3dfetal

    Version 1.0.0

    252 downloads

    3d fetal ultrasound, 3d, ultrasound, stl, nose, face, head, eye, hands, baby, uterus, amniotic, fluid, fetal, model, printable

    Free

  16. kylemcclanahan

    stuff

    Version 1.0.0

    2 downloads

    1, 3d, model, stl, 4d, face, baby, obstetrics, eye, lip, nose, armn, shoulder, amniotic, fluid, ultrasound

    Free

  17. Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    testing, 3d, model, stl, printable, ultrasound, 4d, obstetrics, face, baby, eye, lips, nose, arm, shoulder, amniotic, fluid, placenta,

    Free

  18. G3D

    teste

    Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    fase teste, head, stl, ultrasound, 3d, 4d, dicom, face, eye, nasal, lips, mouth, ear, frontal, amniotic, fluid, placenta, obstetrics, trimester, third

    Free

  19. Romanblitz

    test75

    Version 1.0.0

    5 downloads

    this is a test of image 75, 3d, model, printable, stl, fluid, amniotic, maxilla, mandible, frontal neck, lip, mouth, nose, eye, face, head, obstetrics, ultrasound, 4d, baby

    Free

  20. Version 1.0.0

    41 downloads

    es la transformación a stl de un ultrasonido de esta misma página, baby, 4d, ultrasound, obstetrics, head, nose, eyes, lips, second, trimester, bebe, ultrasonido, stl, placenta, printable

    Free

  21. Version 1.0.0

    21 downloads

    teste de ultrassom 2, ultrasound, b mode, stl 3d, printable, placenta, obstetrics, amniotic, liquid, baby,

    Free

  22. Version 1.0.0

    8 downloads

    ultrasound, us, echocardiogram, 4d, baby, obstetrics, thorax, upper, lower, limb, abdomen, echocardiogram, second, trimester, head, neck, skin, stl, 3d, model, real time

    Free

  23. I receive a lot of inquiries to my account. I'm going to try to share them with the community in the hope that any information that is shared can help many others. A member recently contacted me and asked the following: "Do you have any experience in dicom images by TUI mode in Voluson E10, for print 3d fetus models" Unfortunately, I don't personally have experience with 3D printing ultrasound images. I'm not sure how the slice-by-slice registration will work as ultrasound images are not in fixed orthographic planes. However, I know it must be possible since there is a company that is 3D printing fetuses. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20160118-3d-printed-fetuses-the-hottest-parenting-trend-of-2016.html Anyone in the community have experience with converting ultrasound to STL?
  24. Version 1.0.0

    36 downloads

    Sonogram! , baby, ultrasound, pregnancy, 4d , view, 3dmodel, stl

    Free

  25. ccarrieta

    mitral

    Version 1.0.0

    3 downloads

    mitral us, ultrasound, echocardiogram

    Free

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