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AACIMP 2010 Summer School lecture by Dmitriy Gorlov (Materialise). "Information Technologies" stream. "Innovative Technologies of 3D-Modelling in Medicine" course. …

AACIMP 2010 Summer School lecture by Dmitriy Gorlov (Materialise). "Information Technologies" stream. "Innovative Technologies of 3D-Modelling in Medicine" course.
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  • 1. Innovative 3d modeling in medicine Инновационные технологии 3d моделирования в медицине
  • 2. Scope of the presentation… • About Materialise • Technical introduction: - Starting from CT/MRI images, Mimics software can make an accurate 3D reconstruction of the anatomical structures and export STL files. - 3-matic software is capable of designing implants based on these 3D reconstructions, on STL level (no reverse engineering necessary) - The final implants can be produced by Direct Metal Laser Sintering
  • 3. Materialise Ukraine • Office was established in August 2000 with 5 members on board in collaboration • Now we are more than 250 people ! • Developers • Application engineers • Medical engineers • CAD engineers 3
  • 4. Welcome to Materialise • Started in 1990 the technology of Rapid Prototyping (3D Printing) • As in a joint venture with University of Leuven • Grown to over 900 employees worldwide • HQ in Belgium, offices all around the world • Now active in diverse domains... 4
  • 5. Materialise Mission Statement To innovate product development resulting in a better and healthier world, through its software and hardware infrastructure and in-depth knowledge of Rapid Prototyping, Tooling & Manufacturing. 5
  • 6. 3d printing: Rapid Prototyping Materialise Factory
  • 7. Materialise software products
  • 8. What is Mimics? 3D Model • Mimics allows you to: • import scanned images • select structures in the images • These structures can then be used for different applications… CT or MRI Scan 2-D Cross Sections Mimics Software Prof. Dr. De Backer, UZ Antwerp, Dep. Pneumology
  • 9. Mimics provides: • A link between scanned images and... • Rapid Prototyping • CAD • Finite Element Analysis • Surgical Procedure Simulation
  • 10. Rapid Prototyping • Use Mimics for the production • of Medical Models • Easy Creation of STL files • Direct export to RP formats • Create Supports in Mimics • Color stereolithography • Medical Models: • Communication • Surgery Preparation • Proven to be very accurate and useful • (cfr. Phidias – European Dr. George A. Brown Kenneth E. Salyer, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P., F.I.C.S. research project)
  • 11. Flexible soft tissue models • Creation of flexible soft tissue models for device design Angela Noecker, Lerner Research Institute Noecker,
  • 12. Design of custom implants Ralf Schindel, Hochschule St. Gallen Schindel,
  • 13. Non invasive archeology Dominic Eggbeer, The National Centre for Product Design & Development Research (PDR) The British Museum
  • 14. Other possibilities
  • 15. Mimics provides: • A link between scanned images and... • Rapid Prototyping • CAD • Finite Element Analysis • Surgical Procedure Simulation
  • 16. Transfer to CAD • Transfer geometries accurately from • scanned images to CAD software. • (cfr. Aesculap study)
  • 17. Case Study 1 • An Automated System for Design and analysis of Total Hip Implants • Select information • Perform Statistics • Make new design Mark A. Manasas - 1999
  • 18. Mimics provides: • A link between scanned images and... • Rapid Prototyping • CAD • Finite Element Analysis • Surgical Procedure Simulation
  • 19. Finite Element Analysis • Optimize your mesh for FE Analysis:
  • 20. Finite Element Analysis • Do an accurate material assignment to the volumetric mesh based on the HU in the CT images
  • 21. Von Mises Stresses
  • 22. Velocity pathlines from CFD
  • 23. Computer Assisted Brain Analysis Andreas A. Linninger, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • 24. Mimics provides: • A link between scanned images and... • Rapid Prototyping • CAD • Finite Element Analysis • Surgical Procedure Simulation
  • 25. Surgical procedure Simulation • Use Mimics to simulate the implant positioning • and to verify your design. Data courtesy of Dr. Taha
  • 26. Surgical procedure Simulation • Use Mimics to gather measurements for e.g. statistical analysis Wan Abdul Rahman Wan Harun, SIRIM Berhad
  • 27. Implant placement and surgical simulation
  • 28. The design of a custom prosthesis Materialise
  • 29. Classification of cranial prosthesis 1. ‘Simple’ Cranial defect 3. Missing orbit 2. Large cranial defect
  • 30. 1. Design for a simple cranial defect
  • 31. Strategy - Example • Draw a curve around the defect Curve • Make sure you draw it far enough from the border since we will make a tangential hole filling • Use the “Create Cranioplasty Prosthesis” function
  • 32. Result
  • 33. 2. Design for a large cranial defect
  • 34. Example Dr. Haex, AZ Maastricht
  • 35. 3. Design for missing orbit
  • 36. Example •The mirrored skull positioned at the desired spot Dr. Taha, CHU Amiens
  • 37. Example: verification in Mimics
  • 38. Materialise – Kiev Office Materialise: innovative products – innovative services – innovative careers
  • 39. materialise.kiev.ua
  • 40. Learn more about us! Materialise Ukraine vul. Raisy Okypnoi, 8A · 02002 Kyiv · Ukraine Tel. +38 044 594 5610 Fax +38 044 594 5611 www.materialise.com www.materialise.kiev.ua