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Jeduk (33-year-old man)


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Jeduk

 

General Information

The Korean male model Jeduk was created in a Swiss-Korean collaborative project called NEUROMAN between IT’IS and the Visible Korean team. The goal of NEUROMAN is to create computational anatomical phantoms to study the mechanisms, optimize neurostimulation treatments, and ensure the safety of such devices. The ultimate vision and strength of these models lies in the detailed tissue and peripheral nerve segmentations from the cranium and spinal cord to internal organs and major muscles.

The original high-resolution cryosection images obtained in the Visible Korean project led by Prof. Chung and Prof. Park from the anatomy departments at Ajou and Dongguk University. IT’IS reviewed and curated the VK segmentation to meet ViP quality guidelines and include all tissues segmented in V3.1 ViP models. The unique image quality and resolution made it possible to segment previously unaccomplished details in the peripheral nerves, arteries, veins and other small structures.

Jeduk V4.0 goes much further and includes neuro-functionalized nerve trajectories modeled as splines. All major peripheral nerves, muscles and blood vessels have been separately named and meshed

 

Sex male 
Type young adult
Age [Years] 33
Height [m] 1.62
Weight [kg] 64.5
BMI [kg/m²] 24.6

 

 

 

Version History

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cV4.0 The neuro-functionalized model Jeduk cV4.0 includes a set of 1186 tissues at high resolution. Nerves, muscles, veins and arteries are separated. Anatomically correct nerve trajectories have been extracted from the segmentation and functionalized as splines for use with NEURON. The model supports the Poser function in Sim4Life. DOI: 10.13099/ViP11017-04-0
cV3.1 Jeduk cV3.1 includes a set of 322 tissues at high resolution. The segmentation is based on the high resolution cryosection images from the Visible Korean Project. The vascular system and nerves are extended and more detailed. The model supports the Poser function in Sim4Life. DOI: 10.13099/ViP11017-03-1