Interpreting medical images involves mental spatial calculations that often result in the loss of some clinical information. So researchers are developing a solution that could improve reading accuracy and efficiency by allowing physicians to see and interact with tissue in space as if it were a 3D object. Check out this cool story on True 3D ™

This approach has the potential to provide a paradigm shift in the areas of diagnostics, surgical planning and treatment by allowing doctors to focus all of their attention on solving clinical problems without the need to struggle through the interpretation of 3D anatomy using 2D views. A tipping point for visualization-driven knowledge

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