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3-D printouts of the tracheobronchial tree generated from CT images as an aid to management in a case of tracheobronchial chondromalacia caused by relapsing polychondritis by Matthew David Tam et al.

Published: 2013 Aug
Issue: 7(8) :: Pages: 34-43


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Abstract: This report concerns a 67 year old male patient with known advanced relapsing polychondritis complicated by tracheobronchial chondromalacia who is increasingly symptomatic and therapeutic options such as tracheostomy and stenting procedures are being considered. The DICOM files from the patient`s dynamic chest CT in its inspiratory and expiratory phases were used to generate stereolithography (STL) files and hence print out 3-D models of the patient`s trachea and central airways. The 4 full-sized models allowed better understanding of the extent and location of any stenosis or malacic change and should aid any planned future stenting procedures. The future possibility of using the models as scaffolding to generate a new cartilaginous upper airway using regenerative medical techniques is also discussed.


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3-D printout of a DICOM file to aid surgical planning in a 6 year old patient with a large scapular osteochondroma complicating congenital diaphyseal aclasia by Matthew D Tam et al.

Published: 2012 Jan
Issue: 6(1) :: Pages: 31-37


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Abstract: A 6 year old girl presented with a large osteochondroma arising from the scapula. Radiographs, CT and MRI were performed to assess the lesion and to determine whether the lesion could be safely resected. A model of the scapula was created by post-processing the DICOM file and using a 3-D printer. The CT images were segmented and the images were then manually edited using a graphics tablet, and then an STL-file was generated and a 3-D plaster model printed. The model allowed better anatomical understanding of the lesion and helped plan surgical management.


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Conventional Radiography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Computed Tomography, Other, Table

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Educational treasures in Radiology: A free online program for Radiology Boards preparation by Roland Talanow et al.

Published: 2011 Feb
Issue: 5(2) :: Pages: 23-30


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Abstract: Purpose: An objective tool is desired, which optimally prepares for Radiology boards examination. Such program should prepare examinees with pertinent radiological contents and simulations as expected in the real examination. Background: Many countries require written boards examinations for Radiology certification eligibility. No objective measure exists to tell if the examinee is ready to pass the exam or not. Time pressure and computer environment might be unfamiliar to examinees. Traditional preparation lectures don`t simulate the "real" Radiology exam because they don`t provide the special environment with multiple choice questions and timing. Materials and Methods: This online program consists of 4 parts. The entry section allows to create questions with additional fields for comprehensive information. Sections include Pediatrics/Mammography/GI/IR/Nucs/Thoracic/Musculoskeletal/GU/Neuro/Ultrasound/Cardiac/OB/GYN and Miscellaneous. Experienced radiologists and educators evaluate and release/delete these entries in the administrator section. In the exam section users can create (un)timed customized exams for individual needs and learning pace. Exams can either include all sections or only specific sections to gear learning towards areas with weaker performance. Comprehensive statistics unveil the user`s strengths and weaknesses to help focussing on "weak" areas. In the search section a comprehensive search and review can be performed by searching the entire database for keywords/topics or only searching within specific sections. Conclusion: www.RadiologyBoards.org is a new working concept of Radiology boards preparation to detect and improve the examinee`s weaknesses and finally to increase the examinee`s confidence level for the final exam. It is beneficial for Radiology residents and also board certified radiologists to refresh/maintain radiological knowledge.


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Educational treasures in Radiology: The Radiology Olympics - striving for gold in Radiology education by Roland Talanow et al.

Published: 2010 Oct
Issue: 4(10) :: Pages: 32-34


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Abstract: This article focuses on Radiology Olympics (www.RadiologyOlympics.com) - a collaboration with the international Radiology community for Radiology education, Radiolopolis (www.Radiolopolis.com). The Radiology Olympics honour the movers and shakers in Radiology education and offer an easy to use platform for educating medical professionals based on Radiology cases.


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Educational treasures in Radiology: A highly customizable Radiology specific literature search engine by Roland Talanow

Published: 2010 Apr
Issue: 4(4) :: Pages: 38-44


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Abstract: This article focuses on PubRad (www.pubrad.org) - a custom defined and Radiology targeted medical literature search software which can be used in multiple ways to adjust to the individual user`s needs. PubRad can be used from its website, from the user`s desktop, it can be implemented into the user`s own website or can be even integrated into third party programs.


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Educational treasures in Radiology: Annotate creating interactive teaching files by Roland Talanow

Published: 2009 Dec
Issue: 3(12) :: Pages: 56-59


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Abstract: This article focuses on Annotate (www.annotate.org) an online program for image editing and creation of interactive teaching files. This program is free to use, does not need any installation or plugin and can be used from any workstation with internet access. Multiple tools and preferences allow a customization of the program to the user needs.


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