Here's how medical students can now experience the realism and accuracy of dissection by stepping towards a digital reconstructed real human cadavers.
FREMONT, CA: A leader in 3D medical technology, Anatomage Inc, has launched Table 7, bringing physiology elements to real human cadavers. The company is the first to integrate physiology functions successfully into a real human cadaver. "We are very excited about this release. Even though it is digital, it is still meaningful to add physiological function to a real cadaver body. Students can experience the realism and accuracy of the real human body and some parts of life function. This is a step towards the digital reconstruction of the human body you can see from movies," says Jack Choi, CEO of Anatomage Inc.
Users will be able to restore a portion of a cadaver back to life using four physiology tools- nerve connection, heart motion, pathways, and catheterization via the Table 7 software for the Anatomage Table. Table 7 features medical-school level educational materials, comprising 400 fully-prepared medical illustration presets, 60 3D real-cadaver prosections with annotations, and 3D radiology reports reviewed by real radiologists. Containing four life-size real human cadavers and over 1,000 real-life pathology cases, the Anatomage Table is trusted and adopted by thousands of clinical and educational institutes globally. The introduction of Table 7 has become a unique healthcare education platform that marks the beginning of an era where learning with a living cadaver is possible.
Anatomage Inc. is a market pioneer in medical imaging technology. Anatomage facilitates an ecosystem of 3D anatomy hardware and software, enabling users to visualize anatomy at the highest level of accuracy. Through its highly innovative products, the company is revolutionizing standard anatomy learning, medical diagnosis, and treatment planning. As the pioneer in 3D anatomy visualization via life-size digital dissection, Anatomage aims to become a platform that enhances every aspect of healthcare.