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Pre-operative diagnostics and pre-operative surgical planning

The DICOM file resulting from a CT/MRI examination can be processed by dedicated software in order to produce a three-dimensional model through 3D printing. Thanks to this type of pre-operative planning, it is possible for surgeons to achieve several important improvements. 


In particular, it makes it possible for surgeons to study and/or test surgical approaches, especially if these are new or are not considered standard for the existing procedure. The 3D printed model allows surgeons to pre-shape the plates or prepare other surgical supports before the operation. The visualization of the operating field through a real model, printed in three dimensions, reduces the time and risks associated with surgical operations, regardless of their level of difficulty or the modalities relating to the surgical approach.

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