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Two-dimensional sectioned images and three-dimensional surface models for learning the anatomy of the female pelvis.

Authors
Shin, DS; Jang, HG; Hwang, SB; Har, DH; Moon, YL; Chung, MS
Citation
Anatomical sciences education, 6(5):316-323, 2013
Journal Title
Anatomical sciences education
ISSN
1935-97721935-9780
Abstract
In the Visible Korean project, serially sectioned images of the pelvis were made from a female cadaver. Outlines of significant structures in the sectioned images were drawn and stacked to build surface models. To improve the accessibility and informational content of these data, a five-step process was designed and implemented. First, 154 pelvic structures were outlined with additional surface reconstruction to prepare the image data. Second, the sectioned and outlined images (in a browsing software) as well as the surface models (in a PDF file) were placed on the Visible Korean homepage in a readily-accessible format. Third, all image data were visualized with interactive elements to stimulate creative learning. Fourth, two-dimensional (2D) images and three-dimensional (3D) models were superimposed on one another to provide context and spatial information for students viewing these data. Fifth, images were designed such that structure names would be shown when the mouse pointer hovered over the 2D images or the 3D models. The state-of-the-art sectioned images, outlined images, and surface models, arranged and systematized as described in this study, will aid students in understanding the anatomy of female pelvis. The graphic data accompanied by corresponding magnetic resonance images and computed tomographs are expected to promote the production of 3D simulators for clinical practice.
Keywords
anatomic modelscomputer-assisted image processingfemale pelvisthree-dimensional imaginguser-computer interfacevisible human projects
DOI
10.1002/ase.1342
PMID
23463707
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Anatomy
AJOU Authors
신, 동선정, 민석
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