The Generic Implant Template Information Object Definition (IOD) specifies the description of a 2D- and/or 3D-template representing a rigid and passive implant. The specific properties of flexible implants, such as silicone implants, and active implants such as cardiac pacemakers are not reflected. The IOD contains mechanisms for implant assembly, i.e. the rigid connection of two or more implants and implant registration, i.e. the placement of an implant in relation to anatomical landmarks.
The Generic Implant Template is a kind of Implant Template (see Section 7.10).
The E-R Model in Figure A.61-1 depicts those entities of the DICOM Information Model that that are used in the following IODs.
Figure A.61-1GENERIC IMPLANT TEMPLATE IOD INFORMATION MODEL
Note: Implant templates are not referenced to a patient, a study or a series.
Implant Templates can contain 2D drawings as well as 3D models describing one implant. At least one of the two must be present in one Instance; both may be present in the same Instance.
Table A.61-1 GENERIC IMPLANT TEMPLATE IOD MODULES
|Implant Template||Generic Implant Template Description||C.29.1.1||M|
|Generic Implant Template 2D Drawings||C.29.1.2||U|
|Generic Implant Template 3D Models||C.29.1.3||U|
|Generic Implant Template Mating Features||C.29.1.4||U|
|Generic Implant Template Planning Landmarks||C.29.1.5||U|
|Surface Mesh||Surface Mesh||C.27.1||C - Required if Generic Implant Template 3D Models Module is present.|