I hope this falls under support, if not please point me in the right direction.
I’m trying to create a combination 3d printed/silicone molded surgical trainer for the eye for some of the residents I work with. Prior to getting it into a cad program to do some of the designing, it’d be nice if I had some segmentations to work with that I know are anatomically accurate. I can find (and have access to) mri and ct data sets that I could manually segment, but as I’m sure you know, all of the little details in the eye can be frustratingly hard to segment accurately.
I found this: https://www.slicer.org/wiki/Slicer3.4:Training and it’s associated orbit segmentation tutorials, but as you can see it is a quite old version of slicer and I can’t figure out how to import everything and turn them into segmentations well. The tutorial does me no good as everything seems to be old and fuzzy. Also the names of the models (once loaded) make no sense as they are labelled things like “pre-gyrus”, “jake” and “peach”.
Ideally the models/stl’s/segmentations/etc… I’d be working with would include the: eye, orbital wall, lacrimal system, and either something for the skin or comes along with the dicom I can segment the flesh/skin by myself manually. Any other muscles/features would be great but not necessary.
Any thoughts? I appreciate any ideas you may have to make this task easier!