This course supplements the Horos Academy Entry Edition by providing a next-level tips and tricks for a more advanced use of Horos. In Horos Academy: Helpful Hints, we’ll be covering 12 topics that come up frequently in Horos user inquiries. From installing and using plugins to anonymization and annotations, you’ll gain advanced knowledge that will help you master key functions in your Horos medical image viewer.
Examples of topics that we'll cover:
- Creating STL Files for 3D Printing
- Using 3D scissors
- Using the 16-bit CLUT editor
- Using the Bone Removal tool
- ...and more!
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About the instructor
Dr. Ryan teaches human anatomy and neurobiology at Hobart & William Smith Colleges. He uses Horos in his courses to teach clinical case studies.
He is also the co-author, along with Dr. Jeremy Cushman from the University of Rochester Medical Center, on “iAnatomy,”<https://www2.hws.edu/article-id-17114/> an eBook comprised of 20 case-based, interactive exercises that reinforce human anatomy and physiology concepts while engaging readers with the clinical relevance of anatomical details. His current research uses microCT scanning technology to study embryonic development in bats.
Ryan earned his Ph.D. from The University of Massachusetts, Amherst; an M.S. from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; and a B.A. from The State University of New York at Oswego.
01 How to Install or Remove a Plugin
02 How to Personalize the Toolbar
03 How to Customize Annotations
04 How to Read Hounsfield Density on a CT
05 How to Use the 16-Bit CLUT Editor
06 How to Automatically Segment an Organ
07 How To Use 3D Scissors
08 Anonymization Part I
09 Anonymization Part II
10 How to Use Convolution Filters
11 How to Use the Bone Removal Tool
12 Cobb Angle and Spine Annotation
13 How to Create STL Files for 3D Printing