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Novel imaging analysis system to measure the spatial dimension of engineered tissue construct.

Authors
Choi, KH; Yoo, BS; Park, SR; Choi, BH; Min, BH
Citation
Artificial organs, 34(2):158-161, 2010
Journal Title
Artificial organs
ISSN
0160-564X1525-1594
Abstract
The measurement of the spatial dimensions of tissue-engineered constructs is very important for their clinical applications. In this study, a novel method to measure the volume of tissue-engineered constructs was developed using iterative mathematical computations. The method measures and analyzes three-dimensional (3D) parameters of a construct to estimate its actual volume using a sequence of software-based mathematical algorithms. The mathematical algorithm is composed of two stages: the shape extraction and the determination of volume. The shape extraction utilized 3D images of a construct: length, width, and thickness, captured by a high-quality camera with charge coupled device. The surface of the 3D images was then divided into fine sections. The area of each section was measured and combined to obtain the total surface area. The 3D volume of the target construct was then mathematically obtained using its total surface area and thickness. The accuracy of the measurement method was verified by comparing the results with those obtained from the hydrostatic weighing method (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science [KRISS], Korea). The mean difference in volume between two methods was 0.0313 +/- 0.0003% (n = 5, P = 0.523) with no significant statistical difference. In conclusion, our image-based spatial measurement system is a reliable and easy method to obtain an accurate 3D volume of a tissue-engineered construct.
MeSH terms
AlgorithmsComputer SimulationImage Processing, Computer-Assisted/instrumentation*Imaging, Three-Dimensional/instrumentation*SoftwareTissue Engineering/instrumentation*
DOI
10.1111/j.1525-1594.2009.00765.x
PMID
19995358
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Orthopedic Surgery
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민, 병현
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