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Rosa by hyla Jan 18, 2013
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Another skull - made this from a DICOM file.
The patient had part of her skull removed in order to relieve intracranial pressure.
Once swelling has subsided, the skull will be remodelled.
As far as I know they don't use a makerbot for this - as yet :)


Just print it. Should be quite nice with a .1 resolution.
I've resized it in ReplicatorG without problems.

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I would love to have your base dicom files, to produce my segmentation in invesalius.
What segmentation program do you use?

hyla - in reply to ansys


I'm using InVesalius. So far no need for anything else.
About the Dicom Data: There's one example coming with InVesalius (some bloke with a hole in his frontal sinus). Can You use that one?