Surgical Training Cases from CT and CBCT
VOXEL-MAN My Cases opens up a completely new world in virtual surgery simulation. With this module, you are no longer limited to predefined cases, but can create your own training cases from your most interesting clinical or research data. All it takes is a CT or CBCT data set in standard DICOM format.
VOXEL-MAN My Cases covers a wide range of innovative features:
- Within just a few minutes, you can upload your CT or CBCT data set, select the most suitable image series, create a 3D bone model and start drilling. Your new training case provides the same visuals and haptics as the predefined training cases. Even bleeding is available.
- With advanced interactive segmentation tools, you can add various structures at risk to the 3D model, such as the dura mater, the sigmoid sinus, or the ossicles. These structures have the same look and feel as in the predefined training cases, such as distinct colors and an alarm in case of an injury.
- With the build-in authoring tools, you can even create your own tasks, which can be added to the VOXEL-MAN Tempo and VOXEL-MAN Sinus task libraries and be used in the same way as the predefined tasks. Your master preparation of a task serves as the reference for the automatic skills assessment.
- VOXEL-MAN My Cases provides various interfaces. You can export your segmentation results as a 3D DICOM model to other applications, or create your own digital models for 3D printing.
The possible applications are nearly endless. With VOXEL-MAN My Cases, you can make selected clincal cases part of the simulator curriculum. In the bone drilling lab, residents can work on a virtual copy of a specimen until they have mastered the surgical anatomy, and then go for,a 3D printed copy or the real bone. With VOXEL-MAN My Cases, your VOXEL-MAN ENT becomes a unique surgery simulator.
Some typical questions and answers about VOXEL-MAN My Cases can be found in the FAQ.
VOXEL-MAN ENT is a device for surgery training. It has not been released by VOXEL-MAN for treatment of human beings and has not received regulatory approval for this purpose.