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Patient-Specific Digital 3D Anatomical Modeling Tech Is Now Virtually Mandatory

Patient-specific 3D anatomical modeling is your pathway to better surgical outcomes   Key Takeaways:   Patient-specific 3D anatomical models help surgeons better understand and plan surgeries Technology can now help us easily create patient-specific anatomical models by using MRI and CT scans Every patient needs individual attention before and during surgery, and patient-specific 3D anatomical…

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Operating Rooms Supplemented by Augmented Reality Can Improve Efficiency and Accuracy

3D virtual models superimposed on patients via virtual reality headsets are helping surgeons perform better surgeries   Key Takeaways:   The current way of performing surgery means surgeons have to look back and forth between their computer screens and patients during the procedure Augmented Reality can help surgeons perform surgeries more conveniently by giving them…

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Enhancing Medical Education Through Digital 3D Modeling Tools

The advent of digital 3d modeling techniques can help medical students improve anatomical comprehension and surgical training     Key Takeaways:   Many medical students struggle to gain a proper understanding of anatomical structures and their spatial relationships, and 3D technology can be leveraged to neutralize this problem When students engage with 3D holographic models built…

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How 3D Surgical Modeling Is Paving the Way for Improved Patient Care

3D surgical modeling improves pre-surgical preparations — translating to better patient outcomes   Key Takeaways:   Advancement in 3D surgical modeling have the potential to unlock significant improvement of surgical preparation and outcomes Holographic models of patient organs give surgeons comprehensive, patient-specific anatomical and pathological context of the procedures they will perform Surgeons are better…

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New Trends in Surgical Planning

3D imaging is sharpening surgical planning by providing a technological edge   Key Takeaways:   There are tools now available that can create 3D images out of a CT scan or MRI.  The 3D images help surgeons plan surgery in a much better way — leading to better outcomes. 3D tools such as Microsoft HoloLens…

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4 Ways DICOM Visualization Tech Could Improve Invasive Procedures and Outcomes

With state-of-the-art visualization technology, surgeons can map out all stages of invasive procedures.   Key Takeaways:   Surgeons can use Intravision XR visualization technology to create Holographic 3D models of a patient’s anatomy to prepare for an invasive procedure. Holographic 3D models empower surgeons to understand unique relationships between different anatomical structures and determine the…

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Why Demand for AR and VR in Medicine Is Increasing

Augmented reality and virtual reality technologies in medicine are revolutionizing patient treatment. Here’s where AR and VR in medicine could be headed.    Key Takeaways:   Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies can be used to improve the patient experience.  With AR and VR, surgeons, radiologists, and other healthcare professionals can leverage 3D…