Holograms reveal way ahead for surgery:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Surgeons at the University of California, Irvine, US, have used a Voxel hologram system to treat infants with craniosynostosis, the premature closing of the skull. Surgeons cut the misshapen section of the skull into small segments which are then secured together using absorbable suture material. 3D imaging of the planned skull can be carried out using digital holography systems to form a life-size "transparent twin" of the patient's skull, says Voxel, based in Laguna Hills, California. The company's digital holography system received 510(k) clearance in October 1995.
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