In this work we used a virtual approach to study the human liver by three-dimensional geometrical models. We built the models through computer aided geometric modelling techniques starting from pictures taken during both real dissections and diagnostic medical imaging. The results show in a complete modular synthesis and with a schematic iconology the structural organization of this organ in a logic sequence of layers and topographic and spatial relationship among its components. This approach represents an amazing support to clinical anatomy for teaching and research.

PERI D, ARDIZZONE E, GAGLIO S, GERBINO A, BUSCEMI M, MANDRACCHIA R, et al. (2006). Three-dimensional geometrical models of the liver. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY, 111(1), 23-30.

Three-dimensional geometrical models of the liver

PERI, Daniele;ARDIZZONE, Edoardo;GAGLIO, Salvatore;GERBINO, Aldo;BUSCEMI, Maria;MANDRACCHIA, Riccardo;VALENTINO, Biagio;CAPPELLO, Francesco;LO VERDE, Rosaria;MARCIANO', Vito;PERI, Giovanni
2006

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In this work we used a virtual approach to study the human liver by three-dimensional geometrical models. We built the models through computer aided geometric modelling techniques starting from pictures taken during both real dissections and diagnostic medical imaging. The results show in a complete modular synthesis and with a schematic iconology the structural organization of this organ in a logic sequence of layers and topographic and spatial relationship among its components. This approach represents an amazing support to clinical anatomy for teaching and research.
PERI D, ARDIZZONE E, GAGLIO S, GERBINO A, BUSCEMI M, MANDRACCHIA R, et al. (2006). Three-dimensional geometrical models of the liver. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY, 111(1), 23-30.
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