Operating system: WINDOWS
First and foremost, thank you for the outstanding work with 3DSlicer, it has been very useful in my research.
I am currently taking DICOM data from CT scans, converting into STL to work with implants that (as you know) usually come in STL format. However, I am having some issues figuring out what is the most efficient way of then re-converting the “planned” surgery model into a DICOM. I have read some of the posts on the wiki/blogs that you guys have posted, but I am still a bit confused about how to define those optimal volumes. The goal of converting back to DICOM is to be able to display it on a surgical planning/navigation device. Is there any easy way to do this?
Any other leads I could use?
Actual behavior: STL to DICOM conversion is not always reliable using the method that I am using.