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Temporal bone CT-scan is a prerequisite in most surgical procedures concerning the ear such as cochlear implants. The 3D vision of inner ear structures is crucial for diagnostic and surgical preplanning purposes. Since clinical CT-scans are acquired at relatively low resolutions, improved performance can be achieved by registering patient-specific CT images to a high-resolution inner ear model built from accurate 3D segmentations based on micro-CT of human temporal bone specimens. This paperdoi:10.1038/s41598-021-83955-x pmid:33623074 pmcid:PMC7902630 fatcat:wal4phxc5banvaqoe35nmzroju