The evolution of medical imaging.
Sometimes two dimensions are not enough.
Seeing the whole organ, in 3D and in real size before a procedure is already a reality. With mixed reality the surgical team can plan the surgery, project the image onto the patient and simulate the positioning of implants using real data from the patient.
How does it work?
A virtual version of the patient is generated from MRI or CT scan imaging. With it, it is possible to study the patient's anatomy, such as organs, arteries and other structures inside and out.
Mixed reality not only allows the surgion to get the whole view of the organs prior to surgery, but also it helps reduce surgical complications.
The presence of the adjacent structures helps in case studies and trainings, making procedures safer.
What are the benefits?
With mixed reality it is possible to rotate bones and fractures, put them in the right position and choose the appropriate implant for each case.
A WHOLE VIEW
Choose the relevant anatomic structures for your case, show or hide layers to get better results.
PROJECTING ON THE PATIENT
Position the image on the patient and obtain the placement of anatomic structures without the use of radiation.