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Serially Sectioned Images of the Whole Body (Sixth Report: Browsing Software of the Serially Sectioned Images for Learning Sectional Anatomy)

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온몸의 연속절단면영상 (여섯째 보고: 절단해부학을 익히기 위해서 연속절단면영상을 둘러보는 소프트웨어)
박, 진서; 정, 민석; 최, 승훈; 변, 호영; 황, 재연; 신, 병석; 박, 형선
Taehan Haebu Hakhoe chi, 39(1):35-45, 2006
Journal Title
Taehan Haebu Hakhoe chi; The Korean journal of anatomy; 대한해부학회지
Sectional anatomy is the course to learn anatomical structures on the sectional planes of cadaver. The purpose of this research is to make browsing software of the serially sectioned images, which is useful not only to learn sectional anatomy but also to learn magnetic resonance (MR) images and computed tomography (CT) images. One-thousand seven-hundred two sets of corresponding anatomical, MR, CT, and segmented images (intervals 1mm) were selected from the serially sectioned images (horizontal direction) of a Korean male cadaver’s whole body. We composed browsing software (file size 377 MBytes) of the images, which involved the following functions: The anatomical, MR, CT, and segmented images, which were always corresponding, were displayed; one of four images could be enlarged; images of interesting levels could be displayed in a real time conveniently either using software buttons, scroll bar, image number or using computer keyboard; names of the 13 anatomical structures, which were already segmented, could be displayed. By using this software, medical students and doctors can figure out stereoscopic anatomical structures from the anatomical images to review anatomy; they can compare MR and CT images with corresponding anatomical images to easily recognize anatomical structures in the MR and CT images.
Whole bodySerially sectioned imagesSectional anatomySoftwareAnatomical imagesMagnetic
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박, 진서정, 민석
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