In computer-assisted surgical applications, reconstruction of 3-D morphological peculiarities are required. Herein, we present a geometric modeling of the separate intestinal sections of the canine. The intestine of the dog was considered a tubular shape along a special curve. Seven male Turkish shepherd dogs were used for the modeling study. The length (cm) and diameter (mm) of the intestines were measured with digital calipers and formulated. These models were then compared to their original photographs. It was concluded that the geometric modeling and experimental work were consistent. These kinds of organ modeling techniques will enable medical lecturers to show 3-D figures to their students.
YILDIZ, HÜSEYİN; ARSLAN, KADRİ; COŞKUN, İHSANİYE; and YILDIZ, BAHRİ (2006) "A Geometric Modeling of Dog Intestine," Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences: Vol. 30: No. 5, Article 9. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/veterinary/vol30/iss5/9