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Surface models of the male urogenital organs built from the Visible Korean using popular software

Authors
Shin, DS; Park, JS; Shin, BS; Chung, MS
Citation
Anatomy & cell biology, 44(2):151-159, 2011
Journal Title
Anatomy & cell biology
ISSN
2093-36652093-3673
Abstract
Unlike volume models, surface models, which are empty three-dimensional images, have a small file size, so they can be displayed, rotated, and modified in real time. Thus, surface models of male urogenital organs can be effectively applied to an interactive computer simulation and contribute to the clinical practice of urologists. To create high-quality surface models, the urogenital organs and other neighboring structures were outlined in 464 sectioned images of the Visible Korean male using Adobe Photoshop; the outlines were interpolated on Discreet Combustion; then an almost automatic volume reconstruction followed by surface reconstruction was performed on 3D-DOCTOR. The surface models were refined and assembled in their proper positions on Maya, and a surface model was coated with actual surface texture acquired from the volume model of the structure on specially programmed software. In total, 95 surface models were prepared, particularly complete models of the urinary and genital tracts. These surface models will be distributed to encourage other investigators to develop various kinds of medical training simulations. Increasingly automated surface reconstruction technology using commercial software will enable other researchers to produce their own surface models more effectively.
Keywords
Urogenital systemVisible Human ProjectsComputer-assisted image processingThree-dimensional imaging
DOI
10.5115/acb.2011.44.2.151
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Anatomy
AJOU Authors
신, 동선정, 민석
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