Patient-specific 3D anatomical models are created from patients’ CT images using special certified software.
Patient-specific anatomical models are used as an assistive device when planning surgeries during which an implant is not applied. They allow assessing the topology of anatomical surfaces, the location and the ratio of pathological structures compared with healthy tissues. Using these models, surgeons plan intervention procedures, identify the potential challenges and anticipate their solutions.
When sterilized, patient-specific anatomical models are used during surgeries for the visualization of the surgical plan, as well as for training purposes.