Specialized surgeons perform holography-assisted surgery to treat patients remotely and instruct other physicians on operating procedures. Holography makes surgery less invasive and potentially offers better outcomes for patients, while also freeing up surgeon time.
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Philips and RealView Imaging have developed live 3D visualizations that can be touched and marked up to help doctors during surgeries. Israeli doctors have piloted a series of cardiac operations guided by live 3D holographic images of the patient’s heart.