According to a press release from Dutch company 3mensio Medical Imaging BV, medical students from the University in Heidelberg will be taught through a virtual anatomy course, based on the company’s 3viseon™ 3D imaging software.
90 students will be using 3viseon™ 3D imaging software in order to perform a virtual dissection of different organs in 3D. This is done at 45 workstations to support medical teaching methods on the anatomy of the human body.
“The 3viseon™ 3D imaging software provides realistic 3D pictures and enables us to teach anatomy courses interactively using any CT or MRI acquired images,” according to course leaders Dr. med. Frederik L. Giesel of the German Cancer Research Centre, Department of Radiology and Sara Doll of the University of Heidelberg, Department of Anatomy.
We covered the company’s three dimensional reconstruction technology in an earlier post in January. So check it out.
Press release: Students of Heidelberg University use 3viseon™ in their virtual anatomy courses …
(hat tip: MTB Europe)