Surgical Guides and Preoperative Planning with Rhino3DMedical
A 65-year-old male patient presented with mechanical axial pain and intense radicular pain–visual analog scale (VAS) 10/10–has been successfully treated in Brazil’s first hybrid surgery. The 3D printed surgical guides and a replica of the patient’s lumbar spine have been sterilized and used in the operating room accompanied by virtual reality (VR) technology.
Food4Rhino webinar series: Rhino3DMedical: From Medical Images to CAD
December 9, 2020 at 4 PM CET
Rhino3DMedical enables a streamlined workflow from viewing, analyzing, and segmenting medical data to creating 3D-printable meshes and CAD models in one process.
During the webinar, Rhino3DMedical is introduced through use cases from the orthopedics and CMF domains. We show how to open medical images (in DICOM, nifti, or other common formats) from CT and MRI machines, navigate through the different views, and segment the anatomies of interest. After getting familiar with Rhino3DMedical’s image processing tools, we discuss creating 3D printable meshes that can be directly sent to any 3D printer (in the form of an .stl file). Enlarging the topic of anatomical prints, we also cover surgical guide design, focusing on pedicle screws.