Development of Korean male body model for computational dosimetry.
Lee, AK; Choi, WY; Chung, MS; Choi, HD; Choi, JI
ETRI Journal, 28(1):107-110, 2006
The dimensions of the human body vary by age, sex, and race. The internal structure and outer dimensions of a body exposed to an electromagnetic field is important for accurate dosimetry. The average physical size of Korean adult males between the ages 18 to 24 was investigated, and a male volunteer was selected whose physical condition is within the physical standards, ±5%. Magnetic resonance images and partially computerized tomography images of the volunteer were acquired The intervals between the transverse images were 1 mm for the head and 3 mm for the rest of the body. About 30 different tissues were manually classified by an anatomist on the raw images, and the segmented images were implemented in the form of a text file appropriate for numerical formulation.
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