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Computer assisted design system. A technique that triangulates three digitized data points (x, y, z) in a computed 3-D space. CAD systems facilitate the quantitative comparison of organs, such as the brain, across species, or the modeling of growth changes, such as craniofacial growth, for a single individual.

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