Medical Image Segmentation Initiative

Segmentation, visualization, 3D Printing, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality,

Segmentation

Our major target is to offer users access to most advanced and complicated anatomical models.
In our work we’re using CT, ACT, CBT-CT, MR DTI-MR, NMR etc. such various types of data from radiological exams allows us to offer you unique offer.

Training

If yconsider to open your own 3D printing and medical image segmentation laboratory, for example you’re planing to open faculty on you’re university where students will learn basics of radiology for segmentation, segmentation it self, 3D printing, we’re here to help you.

 

Thanks to long relationship with such companies like: Materialise, Synopsys we’ll provide you with not only with knowledge of using that segmentation software but also necessary software from those companies on whitch you can learn or organize workshops for students

3D printing

Starting from most common prints made using PLA or FDM up to multicolor photopolymers and metals.

Send us your file, we’ll do the rest.
If you’re needs are realy big we’ll help you to find best printer for you and help you start using it.

Our story

VictoriA project

We worked with the Children’s Neurosurgery Department at University Children’s Hospital in Krakow to develop a project called Victoria. This project extends work that was done by the Media Lab from MIT. Our team developed software that creates a stack of slices, instead of a 3D model, and tweaked the magnetic resonance sequences used during the examination, so the data could be useful. Next, we had to store all of the information in one place, making it easy to check suitability for preoperative planning.
I am pleased to say that we have succeeded without financial support, and the Children’s Hospital of Krakow has been able to freely apply this technique.
The image shows a print made with a different procedure. A Russian program, „Inobitec”, was used to segment, generate tracts, and save everything as printable 3D models.
We were able to use the StrataSYS printer J55 for free thanks to Polish company CadExpert.

Pawel Ozga

p.ozga@misi.com.pl

Medical Image Segmentation Initiative  Paweł Ozga

ul. Ignacego Daszyńskiego 2a/15
42-500 Będzin Poland
Phone: +48 787 589 462
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