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Technique of semiautomatic surface reconstruction of the visible Korean human data using commercial software.

Authors
Park, JS; Shin, DS; Chung, MS; Hwang, SB; Chung, J
Citation
Clinical anatomy (New York, N.Y.), 20(8):871-879, 2007
Journal Title
Clinical anatomy (New York, N.Y.)
ISSN
0897-38061098-2353
Abstract
This article describes the technique of semiautomatic surface reconstruction of anatomic structures using widely available commercial software. This technique would enable researchers to promptly and objectively perform surface reconstruction, creating three-dimensional anatomic images without any assistance from computer engineers. To develop the technique, we used data from the Visible Korean Human project, which produced digitalized photographic serial images of an entire cadaver. We selected 114 anatomic structures (skin [1], bones [32], knee joint structures [7], muscles [60], arteries [7], and nerves [7]) from the 976 anatomic images which were generated from the left lower limb of the cadaver. Using Adobe Photoshop, the selected anatomic structures in each serial image were outlined, creating a segmented image. The Photoshop files were then converted into Adobe Illustrator files to prepare isolated segmented images, so that the contours of the structure could be viewed independent of the surrounding anatomy. Using Alias Maya, these isolated segmented images were then stacked to construct a contour image. Gaps between the contour lines were filled with surfaces, and three-dimensional surface reconstruction could be visualized with Rhinoceros. Surface imperfections were then corrected to complete the three-dimensional images in Alias Maya. We believe that the three-dimensional anatomic images created by these methods will have widespread application in both medical education and research.
MeSH terms
Femur/anatomy & histologyHumansImage Processing, Computer-Assisted/methods*Imaging, Three-DimensionalKoreaLeg/anatomy & histologyMalePatella/anatomy & histologySoftware*Visible Human Projects*
DOI
10.1002/ca.20535
PMID
17948290
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