3D Printing of Anatomical Models
AnatomikModeling operates in the following areas: maxillo-facial (jaw, skull, etc.), orthopaedic surgery (pelvis, vertebra, joints, etc.), and pulmonology (trachea, bronchial tubes, etc.). These models are constructed from medical or scientific data such MRIs, CT scans, micro-CTs, and 3D scans, etc.
Our skills in the domain of 3D processing in medical imaging allows us to carry out the high-fidelity 3D printing of complex, pathological anatomical structures.
Every individual is unique. The complexity of the human body makes using 3D-printed anatomical models ideal to prepare surgeons for the surgical procedure.
In practice, it is preferable that healthcare professionals have a substantial 3D model of the patient's anatomy at their disposal, rather than simple 2D views derived from medical imaging. In effect, this allows a surgical procedure to be studied, prepared, and even simulated in advance.
The use of 3D-printed anatomical models to train future surgeons could be preferable to training through dissection. It is a more flexible and economical procedure which allows a better representation of specific pathologies.