Diagnostic instrumentation systems (e.g., TC, MRI) are able to extract morphological information on the organs of the human body through the acquisition of images. Recently, thanks also to interaction with Computer Science, diagnostic imaging has made significant progress bringing changes in clinical practice both in diagnosis and in therapy. Medere has advanced skills in all the steps that, starting from the diagnostic images, make it possible to obtain three-dimensional virtual models of organs and body parts for all types of applications (e.g., 3D printing, finite element simulation, clinical practice).
Course of 3D imaging and 3D printing for the Medical framework
Medere in collaboration with DAMA (Digital Arts & Manufacturing Academy) offers a training course that combines 3D printing techniques and digital reconstruction for the biomedical field. The course is aimed at understanding the steps that allow to obtain a 3D printed anatomical model, starting from a series of diagnostic images in medical standard format (e.g. DICOM).