Visual Anatomy is a powerful Medical Imaging Software focused on 3D Visualization of Medical scan Images

Generate 3D Models in 4 Steps

  1. Load Directory containing CT Scan Images
  2. Select Tissue Type of Interest e.g. Bone
  3. Create 2D Mask over DICOM Images
  4. Generate 3D Model

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Save 3D Models in various formats and share your analysis with your colleagues
 

Generate 3D Models in 4 Steps

  1. Load Directory containing CT Scan Image Series
  2. Select Tissue Type of Interest e.g. Bone
  3. Create 2D Mask over DICOM Images
  4. Generate 3D Model

Share

Save 3D Models in various formats and share your analysis with your colleagues
 

Regions of Interest

Use the simple cut tool to quickly narrow down to regions of interest

3D Printing

Export 3D Models in STL Format for 3D Printing

Prime the model for printing with the integrated finishing tools

Regions of Interest

Use the simple cut tool to quickly narrow down to regions of interest

3D Printing

Export 3D Models in STL Format for 3D Printing

Prime the model for printing with the integrated finishing tools

Hidden Structures

View internal structures in detail

Use the simple cut tools to access previously hidden structures

Simple Design

Visual Anatomy features a simple design and workflow, that allows you to create highly detailed 3D Models in a few simple steps

Hidden Structures

View internal structures in detail

Use the simple cut tools to access previously hidden structures

Simple Design

Visual Anatomy features a simple design and workflow, that allows you to create highly detailed 3D Models in a few simple steps

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Benefits of Medical 3D Imaging

Typical CT and MRI scans produce hundreds of images at a time that need to be painstakingly reviewed. Referring physicians and radiologists must ensure all angles and images are accounted for, and that every cross-section image is analysed before any decision is made.

3D medical imaging allows for stacking and combination of these 2D slices into an accurate 3D visual representation. This 3D view allows for a quicker assessment, and with less chance of human error

3D imaging provides surgeons an accurate picture of the patient’s anatomy, significantly increasing their understanding and allowing them to strategize on a solution, all before picking up the scalpel.

3D medical imaging and 3D printing go hand in hand. Use cases include development of patient-specific anatomical models, production of custom-fit prosthetics & implants, and development of custom medical models for improved training and education of medical professionals.

Medical expertise is distributed all over the world. Specialists are rarely found in one medical facility. 3D imaging provides a solution, whereby members across multi-disciplinary teams can share information confidently, and ensure all have the necessary information.

750MB Disk Space required

Min 1GB Free RAM required (2GB Recommended)

Licenses are valid for 365 Days

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Valid until June 5th 2021

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