How Pro Surgical 3D benefits us all

Everyone – including surgeons, patients and their loved ones – benefits from being better informed by the wealth of information buried within CT and MRI scans.

Benefits to patients

Pro Surgical 3D allows for a better understanding of a condition, disease or diagnosis, a clearer understanding of viable treatment options, a better grasp of treatment progress by comparison over time and helps to build trust and understanding with caregivers.

For surgeons and physicians

Pro Surgical 3D is very fast and easy to use, works efficiently with patient’s DICOM scans from outside your organization, quickly loads patient scans and gives direct access from/to your PACS. Offers traditional multi-planar slicing and high-quality and fast 3D reconstruction, rendering and more…

Pro Surgical 3D brings with it a robust and detailed feature set

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  • Load DICOM data directly from PACS, CD/DVD, USB, and local computer.
  • Upload DICOM data to your PACS directly from referral patient CD/DVD and local computer.
  • Easy to use patient search to locate patient data on your PACS.
  • Loads common non-DICOM file formats: NifTi (.nii), Visualization Toolkit (.vtk), and ANALYZE (.hdr).
  • Designed mainly for CT and MR DICOM modalities.
  • Performs 3D reconstruction and volume rendering.
  • Multi-planar slicing.
  • Oblique slicing.
  • Instant and interactive surface extraction and export to STL and PLY formats.
  • Easily anonymize and de-identify patient scans.
  • Window/level (brightness and contrast) presets.
  • Screen capture.
  • Axis-aligned cropping with context.
  • Side-by-side comparative assessment for pre- and post-operative scans.
  • Integrated customer support portal.
  • and more…

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