How doctors used virtual reality to save the lives of conjoined twin sisters

For decades, increasingly sophisticated imaging techniques have allowed doctors to peer into the human body before they cut it open, reducing uncertainty and helping them prepare for complicated procedures. Now, advances in virtual reality may flip that dynamic on its head, allowing doctors to confront the unknown before they even enter the body. The latest evidence of this revolutionary shift in health care is the successful separation of two conjoined newborn sisters in Minnesota. Read more at The Washington Post.

Categories: mHealth, Technology

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