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Use of Three-Dimensional Imaging to Assess Effectiveness of Volume as a Critical Variable in Breast Implant Selection

Research paper about how computer-based three-dimensional simulation technology can allow the physician to effectively communicate with the patient preoperatively regarding volume.

Dennis C. Hammond, M.D., Kuylhee Kim, M.D., Matthew H. Bageris, B.S., Arif Chaudhry, M.D. (PRS - January 2022).


H3D-Net: Few-Shot High-Fidelity 3D Head Reconstruction

Introduction to H3D-Net, a hybrid scheme that combines the strengths of model-based and model-free representations by incorporating prior knowledge into neural implicit models for category-specific multi-view reconstruction. This approach is applied to the problem of few-shot full head reconstruction.

By Eduard Ramon, Gil Triginer, Janna Escur, Albert Pumarola, Jaime Garcia, Xavier Giro-i-Nieto, Francesc Moreno-Noguer.

(ICCV - 2021).


Hybrid Implant and Grafted Fat Breast Augmentation: Designing the Pathway to a Future With Breasts Free of Silicone...

Study to validate and summarize expert-based advice to help plastic surgeons better understand the benefits of utilizing fat grafting to reduce implant size in their surgical planning. A 3-dimensional planning system was used to plan the procedure and also to analyze the fat retention and resorption rates.

Marcos Sforza, MD ; and Scott Spear, MD, FACS. (Aesthetic Surgery Journal 2021, 1–13, May 2021)


A comparison of volume and anthropometric breast measurements using the Crisalix and VECTRA XT 3D

Three-dimensional surface imaging (3D-SI) of the breasts enables the measurement of anthropometric distances and breast volume. These measurements may be used in surgical planning and to facilitate clear communication with patients. The aim of this study was to compare measurements using a portable 3D-SI system, Crisalix, with a more established non-mobile camera, the VECTRA XT.
Jennifer E Rusby, et al. (Medical Research Archives vol 9 issue 4. April 2021).


Prediction of the Ideal Implant Size Using 3-Dimensional Healthy Breast Volume

The purpose of this study was to determine whether the ideal implant size could be estimated using 3D breast volume or mastectomy specimen weight, and to compare prediction performances between the two variables.

Jeong-Hoon Kim, Jin-Woo Park and Kyong-Je Woo. (Medicina 2020, 56(10), 498.)


The use of a 3D Simulator Software and 3D printed biomodels to aid autologous breast reconstruction

This study presents a novel use of an aesthetic surgery simulator software as an affordable alternative to obtaining 3D breast images and creating 3D printed biomodels to aid in the precise shaping of the flap.

Dr. Horacio F. Mayer, (Aesthetics Plastic Surgery - April 2020).


Assessing the Accuracy of a 3-Dimensional Surface Imaging System in Breast Volume Estimation

Evaluation of the accuracy of a portable surface imager (Crisalix S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland) in predicting breast volume compared with anthropomorphic estimates and intraoperative specimen weights.
Dr. Nazerali, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, (Annals of Plastic Surgery • Volume 84, Supplement 4, May 2020)


Three-dimensional imaging, an important factor of decision in breast augmentation

Study to assess the patients’ attitudes regarding 3D simulation for breast augmentation.

A. de Runz, D. Boccara, N. Bertheuil, F. Claudot, M. Brix, E. Simon (Science direct, Annales de Chirurgie Plastique Esthétique - April 2018).


Global Study on 3D benefits within the aesthetics field

The successful aesthetic plastic surgeon’s practice and reputation rely – more than in other disciplines – upon patient satisfaction. So, what if patients could get a clear answer to her numerous questions and see their change in appearance before it actually happens? This paper presents how Crisalix 3D technology increases patient satisfaction and benefits both patients and surgeons.

Dennis C. Hammond, Jaime Garcia (White paper - June 2016).

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