Your Doctor Can Now Examine A 3-D Replica Of Your Heart In Virtual Reality
Not so long ago, the only way to see what was going on inside a person’s body involved something sharp. Now, we can image the body’s organs without a single incision.
However, though we’ve made huge strides in medical imaging, it’s still far from perfect. One of the biggest challenges? Patients are three-dimensional, but medical images are flat; they each show a different slice of the anatomy in question. This makes gaining a volumetric understanding of what you’re looking at—which is critical when dealing with anatomy—a key skill.
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