Workshops

Date: February 19, 2019 - Afternoon

Room: Computer-lab - Training and Development center, HFSH&RC

Time: 13:00 – 16:00

Course Director: Dr. Waleed Althobaity

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • To learn about basic 3D printing technologies and basic Orthopedic application of 3D printing
  • To learn how to segment a medical imaging scan with Materialize Mimics software and export that anatomy of interest into a digital 3D printable model.
  • To perform Post-processing editing and designing using Computer Aided Designing (CAD) software 3-Matic for smoothing, wrapping and designing prior to the physical creation of the 3D model.

ABSTRACT

'3D printing' is a rapid manufacturing technique to produce a physical model from a digital file with layer-by-layer deposition. 3D printing in medicine has been expanded in the last years and widely used in pre-surgical planning, patient’s specific guide, and instruments creation and education. One of the major medical specialty application of 3D printing is orthopedic. The purpose of this hands-on course is to teach the attendee how they create 3D printing bone/orthopedic model from a standard Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) data using Materialize Mimics software. The attendee will be given access to Materialize Mimics software and a general overview of the software functions will be demonstrated initially. After that step by step demonstration how they can do a bone/orthopedic model starting from importing the DICOM file, accurate segmentation of the region of interested and creation of the part. The created part from the region of interest then will import in the 3Matic CAD software for post-processing editing, smoothing and wrapping. After that stereolithography (STL) file format will be generated which is the primary file format accepted by the 3D printers. During the workshop, there will be a PowerPoint demonstration of each step and imaging of the final models.

TIME Duration EVENT/TOPICS SPEAKERS
13:00-13:05 5 min Welcoming Dr. Waleed althobaity
13:05 -13:20 15 min 3D printing Intruduction Dr. Adnan sheikh
13:20-13:35 15 min Medical workflow and Orthropedic applications of 3D printing Dr. Waleed Athobaity
13:45-14:45 60 min Hands-On session Dr.Waleed Althobaity / Dr. Adnan sheikh/ Mrs. Nora alsuraya
14:45-15:00 15 min How to set a 3d printing lab Dr. Adnan sheikh
15:00-15:30 30 min Discussion Dr.Waleed Althobaity / Dr. Adnan sheikh/ Mrs. Nora alsuraya
15:30-16:00 30 min Hands-On self-training Dr.Waleed Althobaity / Dr. Adnan sheikh/ Mrs. Nora alsuraya

Date: February 19, 2019

"One band one road" MSK seminar
PGA 3rd floor classroom 3&4
Time Activity Moderartors
8:30-8:45 Opening Khalid, cheng xiaoguang
Moderator: jiang tao shi changxin
8:45-9:05 QCT of muscle and fat Tamotsu, Japan
09:05 - 09:30 The development and application of QCT Keenan Brown, Mindways, USA
09:30 - 09:55 AI in MSK Gong xiangyang zhejiang provincial hospital,hangzhou, China
09:55 - 10:15 Q&A Commentors: liang zonghui, wang zhongmin,gong shenchu
10:15 - 10:30 Tea break
10:30 - 10:55 The clinical application of QCT in China cheng xiaoguang, Beijing jishuitan hospital, Beijing China
10:55 - 11:20 MRI detection of vertebral blood supply in rat osteoporosis model Tang guangyu, shanghai 10th hospital, shanghai China
11:20 - 11:45 The differential diagnosis of osteoporosis wang song shanghai shuguang hospital, shanghai China
11:45 - 12:00 Q & A Commentors:yao weiwu, zeng xianjun,shi changxin

Date: February 19, 2019

8.15 Shoulder anatomy (lecture+live demo) Ramy+Zaid
TIME ROOM A  TIME ROOM B
8:45 Shoulder pathology (lecture) Luca 8:45 Hands-on shoulder (four tutors)
9:15 Interventionals (lecture) Ramy
     
9:30 Hands-on shoulder (four tutors) 9:30 Shoulder pathology (lecture) Luca
10:00 Interventionals (lecture) Ramy
10:15 Break
10.30 Wrist-hand anatomy (lecture+live demo) Ramy+Zaid
11:00 Wrist-hand pathology (lecture) Luca
11:00 Hands-on wrist-hand (four tutors)
Interventionals (lecture) Griffith
11:45 Hands-on wrist-hand (four tutors) 11:45 Wrist-hand pathology (lecture) Luca
12:15 Interventionals (lecture) Griffith
12.30 End