Modelling drug distibution

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Hester

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Jun 7, 2020, 1:44:17 PM6/7/20
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Hi, 
for a project for my studies, I'm modelling the distribution of drugs from an IV to a site of infection in the gut. I'm now working with a simple jpg file. In order to make a good segmentation. however, it seems I need a 3D file to get a coronal view(correct me if I'm wrong!). Is there maybe a site that has a few demo files for using the CRIMSON software? Or a (comprehensible) way to make my jpg into a 3D file? Help would be much appreciated :)
Thanks in advance!

Chris Arthurs

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Jun 9, 2020, 10:39:15 AM6/9/20
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Dear Hester,

Yes, you need a 3D image to do this properly.

You can make use of the idealised geometry image which is available on our website.

The file is called idealised_bifurcation_with_stenosis.vti, and is in the 02-files folder of the MICCAI 2018 tutorial content, on this page http://www.crimson.software/workshop-granada-2018---2.html

Let us know if you have any problems with that.

Best wishes,
Chris

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