Technical Notes

Memo Title Authors Version
1 Magnetic Resonance Images of Human Laryngeal Cartilage: MRI scans from Selbie et al. Hunter and Thomson 1.2
2 Building Vocal Fold Solid Models from CT and Histological data Thomson and Hunter 2.1
3 Removing Patient information from MRI and CT images using MATLAB Hunter and Palaparthi 1.2
4 Creating virtual 3-D laryngeal models from CT images in MATLAB Mau 1.0
5 Detailed 3-D anatomic characterization of the human and canine thyroarytenoid and cricothyroid muscles Hunter 1.1
6 Solid CAD models of Human Laryngeal Cartilage: created from Selbie et al. Hunter and Thomson 1.0
7 Classic Solid CAD models of the Vocal Folds Hunter and Thomson 1.0
8 Detailed three-dimensional anatomic characterization of the canine posterior cricoarytenoid, lateral cricoarytenoid, interarytenoid, thyroarytenoid. Hunter 1.0
 9 Extracting Geometrical Information from Histological and MRI Images using Image2 3D, a MATLAB Application  Jampala and Hunter  1.0
Prospective Technical Notes (not yet approved by editor)
Magnetic Resonance Images of Siberian Tiger Larynx Smith and Hunter
MRI Images of Subglottic Stenosis in from Six Humans Patients Hunter and Thomson
High-Resolution MRI images of a Rhesus Monkey Larynx Riede and Hunter
Le Talker: Lumped-element model of phonation Story
Laryngeal Cartilage Sizes: Rhesus Monkey vs Human Carlson and Hunter