[slicer-users] Get bones in 3D slicer

Sylvain Jaume sylvainjaume at gmail.com
Mon Feb 8 00:52:59 EST 2010

Hello Fred,

If you have a CT scan, you will be able to get an accurate  
segmentation using the Editor module and the implicit segmentation  
icon. You need to set the range of Hounsfield values that correspond  
to the bone intensities. In case that does not produce a satisfying  
result, would you mind sending a screenshot of what you obtain with  
Slicer and what you obtain with the other software packages?


On Feb 7, 2010, at 11:41 PM, "Fred" <fredlouazel at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> In other dicom viewer software, It's possible to view automatically  
> a 3D bones model. In 3d slicer, from now, I am only able to get a 3d  
> bone model using the threshold function. Because it a manual  
> segmentation it's not as precise as what I got with others softare.  
> Cause I am a newby in 3dSlicer, I sure I can do better . My goal:  
> get a humerus model, a scapula model (a segemented 3d model of the  
> shoulder)
> Does anybody have an idea?
> Any suggestion would be appreciate
> Best regards
> Fred
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