The visible ear: a digital image library of the temporal bone.

@article{Srensen2002TheVE,
  title={The visible ear: a digital image library of the temporal bone.},
  author={Mads S\olvsten S\orensen and A. B. Dobrzeniecki and Per Larsen and Thomas Frisch and Jon Sporring and Tron A. Darvann},
  journal={ORL; journal for oto-rhino-laryngology and its related specialties},
  year={2002},
  volume={64 6},
  pages={378-81}
}
High-fidelity computer-based modeling, simulation and visualization systems for the study of temporal bone anatomy and training for middle ear surgery are based on a sequence of digital anatomical images, which must cover a large tissue volume and yet display details in high resolution and with high fidelity. However, the use of existing image libraries by independent developers of virtual models of the ear is limited by copyright protection and low image resolution. A fresh frozen human… CONTINUE READING

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