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3D modeling gains more traction in care organizations

One touted goal of three-dimensional modeling—which encompasses virtual reality, augmented reality and 3D printing—is improved pre-surgical planning and intraoperative guidance. Increasingly, organizations are experimenting with 3D models to help surgeons and interventional radiologists determine how to best perform intricate procedures. These advanced visualization approaches replace flat two-dimensional images with life-like replications of patient organs and… Read More »

Footballers really are working harder and getting injured more often

Injuries in football are on the riseNews Images / Alamy By David Adam English Premier League footballers will enjoy a mid-season break next winter, partly in an attempt to reduce injuries. Some say footballers have never had it so easy, but a study of player injuries confirms the modern game is increasingly taking its toll.… Read More »