neurosurgery 3d printed model

The next dimension in medical imaging...

Transform how you interact with patient data with a tactile 360º view of your patient’s anatomy. Improve the diagnosis & context of the patient’s pathology and increase patient understanding and consent.

Having access to patient-specific anatomical models can aid:

  • Pre-operative planning
  • Surgical simulation
  • Intrateam communication
  • Gaining patient consent
  • Reduced time and cost of surgery

axial3D makes it easy for you to access patient-specific 3D printed models. We create and ship a 3D printed model from your 2D CT or MRI images within 48 hours – allowing you to concentrate on what matters most, your patients.

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3d printed neurosurgery model brain tumour and skull

3D anatomical models support physical simulations of surgery.

This saves time and increases the confidence of clinicians, ultimately creating a better experience for both the patient and the surgical teams.

Some of the main applications of 3D printing in neurosurgery include:

  • Tumor conceptualization
  • Vascular assessment
  • Neurological trauma
  • Congenital deformity

How are 3D printed models being used?

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How others are using 3D printing in neurosurgery

Learn how tactile models can transform pre-operative planning and patient care...

Just some of the use cases of 3D printed models in neurosurgery

William Golden Sr. holds a 3D printed model of the bottom of his skull and top of his spine - Neurosurgery

A Stroke Averted with help from a 3D Printed Model

The story of how a 3D printed model was used to aid patient consent and aid planning for aneurysm surgery in the USA.
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neurosurgery skull based tumor 3d printed model

Gaining Informed Patient Consent Ahead of Meningioma Surgery

The story of a 45-year-old male who presented with a meningioma, a tumor that forms on membranes covering the brain and spinal cord just inside the skull.
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neurosurgery 3d printed model

Personalized 3D Printed Model Improves Consent to Treatment

The story of a patient who presented with a slow-growing tumor – a colloid cyst, which surgeons planned to remove.
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Image of Matthew Lawson, MD - Neurosurgeon at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital 3d printing neurosurgery axial3D

“Being able to utilize a 3D model and hold it in your hands prior to surgical intervention is very insightful for the patient – it helps them understand surgical interventional risks and benefits. 3D models have been shown to increase patient consent rates and aid in patient understanding of the planned procedure.”

Matthew Lawson, MD Neurosurgeon, Stroke Medical Director

Medical imaging, Reimagin3D.

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