VR technologies are a new teaching method that can increase anatomical knowledge and improve the surgical skills of neurosurgeons. VR simulators for neurosurgeons are programmed by analyzing real patients’ medical data to increase the success rate of the surgery. Students will have more practical knowledge and experience in planning and performing surgeries.
VR simulators have several advantages.
VR represents anatomical organs as virtual entities. VR has 4K high-resolution intraoperative videos, anatomic surfaces, and complex structures.
VR allows visual organs in 3d dimensions. Physicians can manipulate the 3D simulations through services such as zoom, spin, move, drill, and cut.
VR technologies deliver comprehensive feedback to neurosurgeons. VR technologies explain the reasons for students’ mistakes and suggest more appropriate ways to avoid fatal errors during surgeries and complete them successfully.
VR technology allows neurosurgical training operations without any risk to a real patient. Resident students starting training may make mistakes due to a lack of experience. Virtual reality helps to recreate all the conditions of the operation and, at the same time, not have risks to the actual patient.
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