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For Mac OS X
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Here is OsiriX for Mac OSX 10.4+ (Universal binary). This is an excellent DICOM (medical image/CT-scan) viewer, analyzer, and exporter. It can do surface/volume generation from DICOM sets (and possibly other types of data if you're creative) and export to several 3D formats.

Old versions are becoming hard to find online, e.g. all gone from sourceforge now, and the link in this 2018 thread is dead. This was originally an open source project partly funded by donations. Version 2.7.5 is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and was also advertised as "freeware". Nevertheless, it is a very polished app.

The sample screens show a juvenile chimpanzee skull CT-scanned at Kyoto University, Japan.

Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac)

OSX 10.4+ (PPC and Intel)

OsiriX 2.7 or higher requires OSX 10.4 and (officially) a minimum of 1GB RAM, with 2GB recommended.

However, 512MB is more than enough to work with smaller DICOM sets.