3D Systems extends leadership in precision healthcare with technology

Nov. 28, 2017

3D Systems announced a new D2P (DICOM to PRINT) technology that helps clinicians and radiologists quickly create accurate, digital 3D anatomical models from medical imaging data. The company also announced that it will showcase how customers are using its end-to-end additive manufacturing solutions to optimize designs, and transform healthcare workflows at RSNA booth #1717.

The company also announced Volume Virtual Reality (VR) technology that allows physicians to upload patient scan data to D2P and immediately visualize medical datasets in virtual reality without time-consuming pre-processing or segmentation. It produces results similar to those shown on high-end imaging workstations, but is rendered in virtual reality compared to standard flat screens.

Visualization in virtual reality greatly enhances 3D understanding of structure and scale and can be used as part of routine examinations, or preoperative planning of surgical procedures. This new technology is available now as part of an integrated application through 3D Systems’ D2P offering.

3D Systems partners with radiologists, surgeons, healthcare professionals, medical device manufacturers, and medical teaching staff to offer a range of precision healthcare solutions, including virtual reality simulators, 3D printed anatomical models, VSP (Virtual Surgical Planning), patient-specific surgical guides, instrumentation, and implants.

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