Determining width and Length estimation of Bones in Radiology Images (MRI, Radiology and Images without Depth)

Shiva KHOSRAVINIA
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Abstract


Abstract. Bone is an alive and strong tissue which makes the skeletal scaffolding of human body. Bone is a strong base which the other parts are based on it. In many places, bone surrounds the sensitive parts and protects it. Bones are the places for reproducing the red and white blood cells and a good source of minerals, especially Calcium. Whenever body needs them, gives them to body. Body bones are formed from a hard tissue called bony tissue. Histologically, bone is made of connective tissue. Bone has an interior and exterior texture. It is very strong and light. In this research, the ways of Determining width and Length estimation of Bones in Radiology Images have been issued. The present study, have been conducted with the aim to finite element analysis to determine the stress distribution of bone around the implant mandibular prosthesis to the Plans of dimensional change mandible. In this experimental study, Mandibular models using data from CT-Scan body sections 0.5 mm were prepared. 


Keywords


Bones, photo, prosthetics, implants

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