Publication detail

Use of 3D geometry modelling of osteochondrosis-like iatrogenic lesions as a template for press and fit scaffold seeded with mesenchymal stem cells.

DOSTÁL, O. a kol.

Original Title

Use of 3D geometry modelling of osteochondrosis-like iatrogenic lesions as a template for press and fit scaffold seeded with mesenchymal stem cells.

English Title

Use of 3D geometry modelling of osteochondrosis-like iatrogenic lesions as a template for press and fit scaffold seeded with mesenchymal stem cells.

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This work demonstrates the possibilities and contributions of 3D geometrical modelling in the treatment of stifle joint cartilage injuries. Input data for the processes includes 3D image data from realised CT examinations. Concrete procedure of the construction of 3D geometrical and real plastic models of anatomic structures (femoral component of the stifle joint) were proposed and made. The common procedure was developed and accommodated specifically for the distal femoral model in miniature pigs.

English abstract

This work demonstrates the possibilities and contributions of 3D geometrical modelling in the treatment of stifle joint cartilage injuries. Input data for the processes includes 3D image data from realised CT examinations. Concrete procedure of the construction of 3D geometrical and real plastic models of anatomic structures (femoral component of the stifle joint) were proposed and made. The common procedure was developed and accommodated specifically for the distal femoral model in miniature pigs.

Keywords

cartilage; CT imaging; tissue segmentation; joint resurfacing; mesenchyma stem cells

Released

15.08.2007

Publisher

Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sci.

Location

Praha

ISBN

0862-8408

Periodical

Physiological Research

Year of study

56

Number

1

State

CZ

Pages from

107

Pages to

114

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT33042,
  author="Otto {Dostál}",
  title="Use of 3D geometry modelling of osteochondrosis-like iatrogenic lesions as a template for press and fit scaffold seeded with mesenchymal stem cells.",
  annote="This work demonstrates the possibilities and contributions of 3D geometrical modelling in the treatment of stifle joint cartilage injuries. Input data for the processes includes 3D image data from realised CT examinations. Concrete procedure of the construction of 3D geometrical and real plastic models of anatomic structures (femoral component of the stifle joint) were proposed and made. The common procedure was developed and accommodated specifically for the distal femoral model in miniature pigs.",
  address="Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sci.",
  chapter="33042",
  institution="Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sci.",
  journal="Physiological Research",
  number="1",
  year="2007",
  month="august",
  pages="107--114",
  publisher="Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sci.",
  type="conference paper"
}