Vol - 29, Issue - 11
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-24-11-2022-1565
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Abstract : There are no studies on the visualization of gross anatomy images for cardiac imaging planes with non-orthogonal sections. The objective of this study was to visualize the gross anatomy of the corresponding cardiac imaging planes using a virtual dissection system. The oblique anatomical image for cardiac imaging planes was constructed by suitable sections using a virtual dissection system, Anatomage table. The body plane was cut appropriately by turning on and off the skeletal and cardiovascular systems. The ascending aorta, right ventricle, and left ventricle for the right oblique plane were presented in the cardiac vertical long-axis plane (LAX). The cardiac short-axis (SAX) plane to the vertical section of the cardiac vertical long-axis plane (LAX) also appeared in the oblique planes. The basal and middle segments were shown in the SAX plane. The results of this study suggested that the utilization of a virtual dissection system assists in enhanced visualization of the imaging planes of the cardiac anatomy.

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