Radiologists can now use interactive VR to gain a 360-degree view of internal anatomy, improving understanding and treatment of complex conditions

(Natural News) Interventional radiologists can take a quantum technological leap forward when it comes to preparing for complicated procedures involving splenic artery aneurysms (SAA). The use of augmented virtual reality (VR) to reveal the internal anatomy of a patient better than standard volume-rendering (SR) software will enable safer and more precise surgeries, according to a…

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