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Browsing software of the Visible Korean data used for teaching sectional anatomy

Authors
Shin, DS; Chung, MS; Park, HS; Park, JS; Hwang, SB
Citation
Anatomical sciences education, 4(6):327-332, 2011
Journal Title
Anatomical sciences education
ISSN
1935-97721935-9780
Abstract
The interpretation of computed tomographs (CTs) and magnetic resonance images (MRIs) to diagnose clinical conditions requires basic knowledge of sectional anatomy. Sectional anatomy has traditionally been taught using sectioned cadavers, atlases, and/or computer software. The computer software commonly used for this subject is practical and efficient for students but could be more advanced. The objective of this research was to present browsing software developed from the Visible Korean images that can be used for teaching sectional anatomy. One thousand seven hundred and two sets of MRIs, CTs, and sectioned images (intervals, one millimeter) of a whole male cadaver were prepared. Over 900 structures in the sectioned images were outlined and then filled with different colors to elaborate each structure. Software was developed where four corresponding images could be displayed simultaneously; in addition, the structures in the image data could be readily recognized with the aid of the color-filled outlines. The software, distributed free of charge, could be a valuable tool to teach medical students. For example, sectional anatomy could be taught by showing the sectioned images with real color and high resolution. Students could then review the lecture by using the sectioned and color-filled images on their own computers. Students could also be evaluated using the same software. Furthermore, other investigators would be able to replace the images for more comprehensive sectional anatomy.
MeSH terms
AdultAnatomy, Cross-Sectional/*educationCadaverComputer Graphics*Computer-Assisted InstructionEducation, Medical, Undergraduate/*methodsHumansImage Interpretation, Computer-AssistedMagnetic Resonance ImagingMaleRepublic of Korea*SoftwareTomography, X-Ray ComputedUser-Computer Interface*Visible Human Projects
DOI
10.1002/ase.249
PMID
22065474
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Anatomy
AJOU Authors
신, 동선정, 민석
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