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Developing a 3D surface scanning system to measure breast volume following a diagnosis of breast carcinoma: a low cost option for use in the clinic that meets service provider needs

Cost £13,000

Aim

The aim of this project was to devise and validate a routine which could take appropriate 3D point data to calculate breast volume. The study was stand-alone; it was able to take point data obtained using any suitable method or technology and return a breast volume measurement.

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