Repository of images for reverse engineering and medical simulation purposes

Marek Macko, Emilia Mikołajewska, Zbigniew Szczepański, Beata Augustyńska, Dariusz Mikołajewski

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/MBS.2016.020

Abstract


Novel technologies such as 3D printing (additive manufacturing), 3D scanning and reverse engineering may significantly improve application of the principles of medicine in current clinical practice. This paper aims at presentation of the own concept of the repository of medical images based on 3D printing and reverse engineering technology. The proposed concept of the repository can constitute a beginning of the novel family of commercial techniques needed for development and optimization of reverse engineering toward printing the fully clinically functional solutions.


Keywords


3D printing; reverse engineering; medical imaging; repository; artificial tissue; assistive technology

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