Radiologists before 3D modeling
The clinical radiologist plays a vital role in the swift and accurate diagnosis of many conditions. However, even when they use the most sophisticated CT, MRI, and other imaging modalities, too often they still have inadequate insight into patient anatomy, resulting in:
Surgical teams not being able to finalize their plan for surgery in advance.
Difficulty in getting consensus across surgical teams.
Often leading to much longer than necessary surgeries.
Impact of 3D models on radiologists
3D modeling gives radiologists an opportunity to take traditional medical imaging to the next level, improving surgical outcomes and patient experience.
Just as X-ray, CT and MRI imaging became standard in healthcare, 3D modeling is fast becoming the next evolution in medical imaging. Radiologists are uniquely positioned to take advantage of this, with their role in image acquisition right through to producing 3D models from those images.
Right now, medical 3D printing is the fastest-growing of all 3D printing across any industry. This is driven by healthcare professionals who continue to realize the value of 3D printing in areas such as surgery planning, education, and training - and the direct positive impact this has for the patient experience.
The Axial3D advantage
Axial3D aims to address the challenges faced by radiologists with its cloud based SeAAS™ solution that has already transformed what is possible for radiologists in some of the largest healthcare networks in the world, by integrating 3D imaging within their new standard of care.
Axial3D's imaging solutions complement and enhance your existing medical imaging workflow for any medical specialty.