0000002: Building Vocal Fold Solid Models from MRI/CAD Models Created from CT and Histological Data

ABSTRACT:
Quantification of vocal fold geometry is necessary for the development of anatomically realistic and consistently defined experimental/computational models of the glottic and subglottic regions. Such models will facilitate the study of the influence of the subglottis in voice production.  This Technical memo is provided primarily as a tutorial of one method to create physical models from CT data.

CITATION:
Thomson, S. L. & Hunter, E. J. (2015). Building Vocal Fold Solid Models from MRI/CAD Models Created from CT and Histological Data. NRLD Technical Memo 2, v. 3. www.nrld.org. Retrieved from: http://www.nrld.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/NRLD_0000002_vs3.0.pdf.

DOWNLOADS:
Technical Note 0000002; Ver. 3 (pdf)

PREVIOUS VERSIONS:
Technical Note 0000002; Ver. 2.1; 2011-Aug (pdf)
Technical Note 0000002; Ver. 2.0; 2011-May (pdf)
Technical Note 0000002; Ver. 1.1; 2011-April (pdf)
Technical Note 0000002; Ver. 1.0; 2011-March (pdf)

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