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3차원 CT영상을 이용한 두개악안면 분석을 위한 계측점의 제안

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 (A) proposal of landmarks for craniofacial analysis using three-dimensional CT imaging. 
Issue Date
2002
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치의학과/석사
Abstract
[한글] 3차원 CT에서는 환자의 움직임에 의한 오차와 상의 확대나 왜곡을 감소시킨 실측치를 얻을 수 있으며 두개안면부의 입체적인 영상을 구성할 수 있고 원하는 조직이나 구조물의 관찰이 용이하다. 디지털 영상 기술이 빠르게 발전하고 있고 치료의 범위가 더욱 넓어지면서 두개악안면 구조의 3차원적인 분석법의 개발은 시급한 과제가 되었다. 이에 본 연구에서는 Vworks 프로그램(Cybermed Inc., Seoul, Korea)과 건조두개골을 이용하여 3차원 CT 영상의 오차와 확대율을 평가하고 Vmorph-proto프로그램(Cybermed Inc., Seoul, Korea) 을 이용하여 정상인과 비대칭 환자의 3차원 CT영상에서 지정이 용이하고 반복재현성이 높은 계측점을 설정하고자 하여 다음과 같은 결론을 얻었다. 1. 건조두개골의 실측치와 Vworks 프로그램을 이용하여 구성한3차원 CT영상에서의 계측치를 비교한 결과 평균오차가 0.99mm, 확대율이 1.04%로 나타났다. 2. 3차원 CT영상에서 경조직 계측점으로 Supraorbitale, Lateral orbital margin, Infraorbitale, Nasion, ANS, A point, Zygomaticomaxilla, Upper incisor, Lower incisor, B point, Pogonion, Menton, PNS, Condylar inner margin, Condylar outer margin, Porion, Condylion, Gonion1, Gonion2, Gonion3, Sigmoid notch, Basion 등이 임상적으로 유용하다고 판단되었다. 3. 3차원 CT영상에서 연조직 계측점으로 Endocanthion, Exocanthion, Soft tissue Nasion, Pronasale, Alare lateralis, Upper nostril point, Lower nostril point, Subnasale, Upper lip point, Cheilion, Stomion, Lower lip center, Soft tissue B, Pogonion, Menton, Preaurale 등이 임상적으로 유용하다고 판단되었다. Vworks 프로그램으로 3차원 CT영상을 구성하고 계측하는 것이 임상적으로 유용하다고 판단되었다. 또한 위에서 제안된 연조직 및 경조직 계측점들은 3차원 CT 영상에서 반복 재현성이 높고 지정이 용이하며 해부학적 특징을 나타내주는 점들로 두개악안면 구조의 3차 원적인 진단과 술전, 술후의 예측과 비교에 유용하게 사용될 것으로 사료되는 바이다.
[영문] Three-dimensional CT imaging is efficient in examining specific structures in the craniofacial area by reproducing actual measurements through minimization of error from patient movement and image magnification. Due to the rapid development of digital image technology and the expansion of treatment range a need for developing three-dimensional analysis has become urgent. Therefore the purpose of this study was to evaluate the percentage of error and magnification of three-dimensional CT’s using a dried skull and Vworks program (Cybermed Inc., Seoul, Korea) and also to obtain landmarks that are easy to designate and reproduce in three-dimensional images of normal and asymmetry patients the Vmorph-proto program(Cybermed Inc.,Seoul, Korea) was used. The following conclusions were obtained; 1. In the comparison of actual measurements from the dried skull and the three-dimensional image obtained from the Vworks program the mean error was 0.99mm and the magnification was 1.04%. 2. Clinically useful hard tissue landmarks from three-dimensional images were Supraorbitale, Lateral orbital margin, Infraorbitale, Nasion, ANS, A point, Zygomaticomaxilla, Upper incisor, Lower incisor, B point, pogonion, Menton, PNS, Condylar inner margin, Condylar outer margin, Porion, Condylion, Gonion1, Gonion2, Gonion3, Sigmoid notch, Basion. 3. Clinically useful soft tissue landmarks from three-dimensional images were Endocanthion, Exocanthion, Soft tissue Nasion, Pronasale, Alare lateralis, Upper nostril point, Lower nostril point, Subnasale, Upper lip point, Cheilion, Stomion, Lower lip center, Soft tissue B, Pogonion, Menton, Preaurale. The Vworks program can be considered a clinically efficient tool to produce and measure three-dimensional images. The soft and hard tissue landmarks proposed above are mostly anatomically important points which are also easily reproducible and designated. These landmarks can be beneficial in three-dimensional diagnosis and the prediction of images taken before and after surgery.Three-dimensional CT imaging is efficient in examining specific structures in the craniofacial area by reproducing actual measurements through minimization of error from patient movement and image magnification. Due to the rapid development of digital image technology and the expansion of treatment range a need for developing three-dimensional analysis has become urgent. Therefore the purpose of this study was to evaluate the percentage of error and magnification of three-dimensional CT’s using a dried skull and Vworks program (Cybermed Inc., Seoul, Korea) and also to obtain landmarks that are easy to designate and reproduce in three-dimensional images of normal and asymmetry patients the Vmorph-proto program(Cybermed Inc., Seoul, Korea) was used. The following conclusions were obtained; 1. In the comparison of actual measurements from the dried skull and the three-dimensional image obtained from the Vworks program the mean error was 0.99mm and the magnification was 1.04%. 2. Clinically useful hard tissue landmarks from three-dimensional images were Supraorbitale, Lateral orbital margin, Infraorbitale, Nasion, ANS, A point, Zygomaticomaxilla, Upper incisor, Lower incisor, B point, pogonion, Menton, PNS, Condylar inner margin, Condylar outer margin, Porion, Condylion, Gonion1, Gonion2, Gonion3, Sigmoid notch, Basion. 3. Clinically useful soft tissue landmarks from three-dimensional images were Endocanthion, Exocanthion, Soft tissue Nasion, Pronasale, Alare lateralis, Upper nostril point, Lower nostril point, Subnasale, Upper lip point, Cheilion, Stomion, Lower lip center, Soft tissue B, Pogonion, Menton, Preaurale. The Vworks program can be considered a clinically efficient tool to produce and measure three-dimensional images. The soft and hard tissue landmarks proposed above are mostly anatomically important points which are also easily reproducible and designated. These landmarks can be beneficial in three-dimensional diagnosis and the prediction of images taken before and after surgery.
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