Medical education has long included computer modeling among its teaching tools. Computers’ unique ability to create 3D environments ready for exploration make them outstanding instructional aids.
But it wasn’t until recently that those models could also run as preoperative simulations, letting surgeons and their students see how functionality would be impacted following different procedures. Now such simulations are becoming more commonplace, as this video describes:
The advantage of live modeling is enormous, and should present new and promising avenues for students and surgeons to explore the many ways that airflow can be impacted by changing the geometry of sinus tissue.
The Los Angeles Sinus Center proudly offers cutting edge diagnostic and surgical technologies, and continues to forge ahead into the digital realm with a fleet of onsite imaging technologies. To learn more about the best sinus surgeons in Los Angeles, start here.