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Over the past decades, significant improvements have been made in the field of computational human phantoms (CHPs) and their applications in biomedical engineering. Their sophistication has dramatically increased. The very first CHPs were composed of simple geometric volumes, e.g., cylinders and spheres, while current CHPs have a high resolution, cover a substantial range of the patient population, have high anatomical accuracy, are poseable, morphable, and are augmented with various details todoi:10.1109/trpms.2018.2883437 pmid:30740582 pmcid:PMC6362464 fatcat:p4kq6sj2wbalxdhsfiyhw4bimi