3D printing method uses angiograms to model brain vessels February 19, 2018 -- Clinicians can use CT angiography or digital subtraction angiography scans to construct customized 3D-printed models of brain vessel abnormalities that replicate real-life cases, according to a study published in the British Journal of Neurosurgery. Discuss
Is virtual reality in radiology becoming a reality? February 14, 2018 -- Virtual reality is by no means a new technology, but recent developments have given it new life, enabling it to spread from gaming and consumer markets into industries such as manufacturing and healthcare. Will the healthcare move be hard? Ulrik Kristensen of Signify Research offers a perspective. Discuss
Primal Pictures partners with Penny Medical February 5, 2018 -- U.K. human anatomy software developer Primal Pictures partnered with Penny Medical to develop a touchscreen device featuring Primal's 3D human anatomy models.
3D printing recreates face of 9,000-year-old skull February 1, 2018 -- An international team led by archaeologists from the University of Athens in Greece have reconstructed the face of a teenage girl from roughly 7,000 B.C. using CT scans of her skull and 3D printing technology.
Augmented reality headset bolsters reconstructive surgery January 31, 2018 -- Using an augmented reality headset to view CT angiography images allowed researchers from the U.K. to improve the accuracy and speed of reconstructive surgery in the leg for a series of cases detailed in an article published online on 31 January in European Radiology Experimental. Discuss
3D printing enters brave new world January 31, 2018 -- The idea of printing human tissues and organs for implantation is not the stuff of science fiction anymore. It is a real prospect that will open new frontiers in medicine in less than a decade, delegates were told at this week's Arab Health congress in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Discuss