Hi, unfortunately I cannot attach the raw data, but I have taken multiple screenshots of the entire process--let me know if there is any additional information that would be helpful!
In following this protocol I was able to get a slice geometry output, but I do not know if it is accurate since I do not know if moments of inertia is thrown off by the cloud. The lack of image contrast also made it difficult to estimate the midslice properly.
Thank you for your help!
Step 1. DICOM upload to ImageJ
Step 2. DICOM sequence options
Step 3. Checking DICOM scale
Step 4. Saving as TIFF from ImageJ
Step 5. Importing TIFFs to Avizo
Step 6. Avizo image read parameters
Step 7. TIFFs in Avizo
Step 8. Using volume edit to isolate humerus
Step 9. Cropped humerus exported as 2D TIFF
Step 10. Importing 2D TIFF stack into ImageJ
Step 11. Resetting scale in ImageJ
Step 12. Image adjusted from 16-bit to 8-bit
Step 13. Setup for moments of inertia command
Step 14. Resulting data
Step 15. Applying threshold
Step 16. Slice geometry with min gray made to match threshold
Step 17. Slice geometry output from approximate midslice