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The integrated digital human forearm and hand Project Public
45 Media ยท Managed by: Faes Kerkhof

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000065668 muscles ku:692L Homo sapiens Image 2018-12-18 Open Download  
000059697 muscles ku:692L Homo sapiens Ct image series 2018-10-15 Open Download  
000059696 muscles ku:692L Homo sapiens Ct image series 2018-10-15 Open Download  
000059695 muscles ku:692L Homo sapiens Ct image series 2018-10-15 Open Download  
000040060 muscles ku:692L Homo sapiens Mesh 2018-01-29 Open Download  
000065669 ku:692L Homo sapiens Image 2018-12-18 Open Download  
000040059 muscles ku:692L Homo sapiens Mesh 2018-01-29 Open Download  
000059698 ku:692L Homo sapiens Ct image series 2018-10-15 Open Download  
000040058 ku:692L Homo sapiens Mesh 2018-01-29 Open Download  
000040057 ku:692L Homo sapiens Mesh 2018-01-29 Open Download  
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We are creating an integrated anatomical dataset on which complete and accurate musculoskeletal models of the hand can be based.

This dataset will include: 3D STL models of bone, cartilage and muscles (including muscle pathways). Additionaly, of the same specimen we have physiological muscle parameters (fiber lenght, sacromer lenght, muscle volume, tendon lenght, etc). We plan to upload the 3D STLs and DICOMs of the 7T MRI and high resolution CT scans. Futhermore we can provided detailed photo's of the confocal microscopy and step-wise dissection performed to obtain the physiological muscle parameters. Our study provides an integrated anatomical dataset on which complete and accurate musculoskeletal models of the hand can be based.

By creating a 3D digital human forearm, including all relevant anatomical parameters, a more realistic musculoskeletal model can be created. Furthermore, open access to the anatomical dataset makes it possible for other researchers to use these data in the development of a musculoskeletal model of the hand.

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