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3D surface imaging of the human female torso in upright to supine positions

Gregory P. Reece, Fatima Merchant, Johnny Andon, Hamed Khatam, K. Ravi-Chandar, June Weston, Michelle C. Fingeret, Chris Lane, Kelly Duncan, Mia K. Markey
2015 Medical Engineering and Physics  
the same fiducial marks on the breasts of the 5 subjects differed significantly and could be correlated with body mass index and brassiere cup size for each position change.  ...  Three-dimensional (3D) surface imaging of breasts is usually done with the patient in an upright position, which does not permit comparison of changes in breast morphology with changes in position of the  ...  for this project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.medengphy.2015.01.011 pmid:25703742 pmcid:PMC4380553 fatcat:cwshmta3cnf2jdcrymjms2csja

Soft Tissue Modelling from 3D Scanned Data [chapter]

Jean-Christophe Nebel
2001 Deformable Avatars  
Human body 3D scanners are becoming a mature technology that generates accurate static photo-realistic 3D models of real human beings.  ...  We then deform these meshes using our implementation of the FEM for 3D volumetric meshes.  ...  Surface based models were developed using the finite element method (FEM) for facial animation [Ko98] and surgery simulation [Br96] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-306-47002-8_8 fatcat:57dhq3jahzc75m2bttbbnrfxbe

Comparative Assessment of 3D Surface Scanning Systems in Breast Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Paolo Patete, Maximilian Eder, Stefan Raith, Alexander Volf, Laszlo Kovacs, Guido Baroni
2012 Surgical Innovation  
On the whole, this study demonstrated that handheld laser surface scanners coupled with subject motion compensation methods lend themselves as competitive technologies for human body surface modeling.  ...  Moreover, comparable performances of the 3 scanners were found when used for acquiring the breast surface.  ...  Conclusions The need for quantitative tools for the acquisition of breast morphological images is increasing in breast plastic and reconstructive surgery.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1553350612463443 pmid:23075528 fatcat:gwrt32h6fjdjfokkrvyshuqmsa

Structured-light surface scanning system to evaluate breast morphology in standing and supine positions

Olivia L. H. Tong, Astrid Chamson-Reig, Lawrence C. M. Yip, Muriel Brackstone, Mamadou Diop, Jeffrey J. L. Carson
2020 Scientific Reports  
A dual color 3D surface imaging system capable of scanning patients in both supine and standing positions was developed to evaluate the effect of changes in body posture on breast morphology.  ...  For the human study, there was no effect of body posture on breast volumes (p value > 0.05), but we observed an effect of completeness of breast scans on body posture (p value < 0.05).  ...  Stephen Burke, Envirolaser Ltd for helping us to design the torso model for our 3D printed breast phantom.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-020-70476-2 pmid:32839488 fatcat:7vkan5euxzhn7kxdup7uggapb4

Breast tissue stiffness estimation for surgical guidance using gravity-induced excitation

Rebekah H Griesenauer, Jared A Weis, Lori R Arlinghaus, Ingrid M Meszoely, Michael I Miga
2017 Physics in Medicine and Biology  
We would like to acknowledge and thank the support of the Vanderbilt Institute of Imaging Science (VUIIS). We would also like to graciously thank those who volunteered to be part of our study.  ...  Biomechanical model In this study, we use a mechanics based computational model to simulate breast deformation.  ...  Image guided breast surgery (IGBS) is performed by registering pre-surgical images to the same 3D coordinate space as the operating room.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1361-6560/aa700a pmid:28520556 pmcid:PMC5757162 fatcat:ijgxsp2io5g4ppnsiydnecsrwe

Breast volumetric analysis for aesthetic planning in breast reconstruction: a literature review of techniques

Michael P Chae, Warren Matthew Rozen, Robert T Spychal, David J Hunter-Smith
2016 Gland surgery  
Recent developments have unveiled the first web-based 3D surface imaging program, 4D imaging, and 3D printing.  ...  Novel adjunct technologies, such as web-based 3D surface imaging program, 4D imaging, and 3D printing, appear promising.  ...  Recently, interesting advancements and adjuncts to 3D scanning have been introduced, mainly the first web-based 3D surface imaging program, 4D imaging, and 3D printing. © Gland Surgery.  ... 
doi:10.3978/j.issn.2227-684x.2015.10.03 pmid:27047788 pmcid:PMC4791357 fatcat:vepkgh3k6rbzplv27oyaecpeta

Virtual endoscopy: development and evaluation using the Visible Human Datasets

R.A Robb
2000 Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics  
Virtual endoscopy (VE) is a new method of diagnosis using computer processing of 3D image datasets (such as CT or MRI scans) to provide simulated visualizations of patient specific organs similar or equivalent  ...  Additionally, the adjunctive value of full 3D imaging (e.g. looking "outside" of the normal field of view) during the VE exam is being evaluated.  ...  Special thanks are extended to Darlene Bernard for preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0895-6111(00)00014-8 pmid:10838008 fatcat:c2l7vtip6bdkjcx6bcq4zpr3he

A comparative study of breast surface reconstruction for aesthetic outcome assessment [article]

Rene Lacher, Francisco Vasconcelos, David Bishop, Norman Williams, Mohammed Keshtgar, David Hawkes, John Hipwell, Danail Stoyanov
2017 arXiv   pre-print
. 3D scanning and reconstruction techniques offer a flexible tool for building detailed and accurate 3D breast models that can be used both pre-operatively for surgical planning and post-operatively for  ...  This paper aims at comparing the accuracy of low-cost 3D scanning technologies with the significantly more expensive state-of-the-art 3D commercial scanners in the context of breast 3D reconstruction.  ...  Recent technological advances and the maturity of computer vision based 3D surface imaging technology allow high-fidelity 3D breast surface capture for aesthetic assessment.  ... 
arXiv:1706.06531v1 fatcat:stmeyetqmzcbjebgba477jqo4y

A Comparative Study of Breast Surface Reconstruction for Aesthetic Outcome Assessment [chapter]

René M. Lacher, Francisco Vasconcelos, David C. Bishop, Norman R. Williams, Mohammed Keshtgar, David J. Hawkes, John H. Hipwell, Danail Stoyanov
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
. 3D scanning and reconstruction techniques offer a flexible tool for building detailed and accurate 3D breast models that can be used both pre-operatively for surgical planning and post-operatively for  ...  This paper aims at comparing the accuracy of low-cost 3D scanning technologies with the significantly more expensive state-ofthe-art 3D commercial scanners in the context of breast 3D reconstruction.  ...  Recent technological advances and the maturity of computer vision based 3D surface imaging technology allow high-fidelity 3D breast surface capture for aesthetic assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-66185-8_58 fatcat:mpmvjnq2sfhythd66uvn22s5ci

Simulation of 3D Body Shapes for Pregnant and Postpartum Women

Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Piyanut Xuto, Wisarut Bholsithi, Duangrat Gansawat, Nonlapas Wongwaen, Nantaporn Ratisoontorn, Parut Bunporn, Supiya Charoensiriwath
2022 Sensors  
Body changes data from 98 pregnant and 83 postpartum women were collected, tracked for six months, and analyzed to create 3D model shapes.  ...  This study allows users to simulate their 3D body shapes in real-time and online, based on weight, height, and gestational age, using multiple linear regression and morphing techniques.  ...  Currently, he works as a freelancer for NECTEC in assistance of updating our websites and services. Most importantly, thank you C. Junlouchai for taking care of Z-Size Ladies' server.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22052036 pmid:35271183 pmcid:PMC8914684 fatcat:mkjtmqyrvbeshdwhzcjijxpfle

Hybrid computational phantoms of the 15-year male and female adolescent: Applications to CT organ dosimetry for patients of variable morphometry

Choonsik Lee, Daniel Lodwick, Jonathan L. Williams, Wesley E. Bolch
2008 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
Polygon mesh models for the major organs and tissues were reconstructed for nonuniform rational B-spline ͑NURBS͒ surface modeling.  ...  The resulting NURBS/polygon mesh models representing body contour and internal anatomy were matched to anthropometric data and reference organ mass data provided by the Centers for Disease Control and  ...  Commission on Radiation Protection ͑ICRP͒. 8, 9 Similar techniques have been used to develop three pregnant female models 10 and a human torso phantom for simulating nuclear medicine functional images  ... 
doi:10.1118/1.2912178 pmid:18649470 pmcid:PMC2809721 fatcat:7uegbe6ygbgm3aeqgl6jja7hdy

Numerical simulation of nonlinear material behaviour: Application to sports bra design

Ruixin Liang, Joanne Yip, Winnie Yu, Lihua Chen, Newman M.L. Lau
2019 Materials & design  
The FE model of the body is constructed with a rigid torso, hyperelastic breasts, and subcutaneous tissues. Scanning is carried out to obtain a geometric model of the body.  ...  The FE contact model of a female body and sports bra is used to calculate the static and dynamic contact pressure, dynamic displacement of the breasts, and natural frequencies of the breasts with and without  ...  However, the FE model in their study was built by using the B-spline in the numerical analysis, not based on images of real human bodies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.matdes.2019.108177 fatcat:ol6a4hs7lfhuxom2y54b2qxxgm

Design, development and validation of more realistic models for teaching breast examination

Daisy Veitch, Melissa Bochner, Lilian Fellner, Christopher Leigh, Harry Owen
2018 Design for Health  
Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Jeff Hudson for the CAD images (Figures 1 and 4) , David Summerhayes for assistance in preparation of the other images and Henry Fellner for input in the  ...  and milling of the CAD model shown in Figure 2 (left) and the staff at the Royal Adelaide Hospital Women's Health Centre who generously gave their time for the collection of data.  ...  Breast parenchymal shapes were developed based on images from this subject obtained from ultrasound, prone and supine MRI, palpation and 3D body-scanning using a laser scanner.  ... 
doi:10.1080/24735132.2018.1451454 fatcat:c6ecbqmoabc7hewvivgaps3oli

Modeling for Plastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery [chapter]

David T. Chen, Ioannis A. Kakadiaris, Michael J. Miller, R. Bowen Loftin, Charles Patrick
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present the modeling and estimation aspects of a virtual reality system for plastic and reconstructive breast surgery.  ...  The model fitting mode allows the system to automatically fit a generic deformable model to patient specific three-dimensional breast surface measurements using a physically-based framework.  ...  Motivation Breast size and shape are a significant part of female body image and sense of femininity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-40899-4_108 fatcat:d3artk7uk5hibfciuyjckfhwn4

An Augmented Reality Mastectomy Surgical Planning Prototype using the HoloLens template for Healthcare Technology Letters

Sara Amini, Marta Kersten-Oertel
2019 Healthcare technology letters  
In this Letter, the authors present an augmented reality application, which enables surgeons to see the shape of the implants, as 3D holograms on the patient's body.  ...  In breast reconstruction following a single mastectomy, the surgeon needs to choose between tens of available implants to find the one that can reproduce the symmetry of the patient's breasts.  ...  More complex applications such as Crisalix [8] use a 3D scanned model of a patient's body as their reference and alter the model based on the surgeon's preference.  ... 
doi:10.1049/htl.2019.0091 pmid:32038868 pmcid:PMC6952247 fatcat:3lkxnh74kjfy5dv64grxfibcuu
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