The future of surgical planning
Applying deep learning technologies to aid surgeons
From scans to 3D models
We use standard-of-care CT and MRI scans as the input into our algorithms. We then extract the patient’s anatomy from the scan, which is viewed as an interactive 3D model.
Enhanced surgical planning
Surgeons use this information to decide on the best possible plan for the patient. The 3D model can be viewed on mobile devices, 3D printed, or using augmented or virtual reality.
Improved surgical outcomes
Through better surgical planning we reduce the risk of complications, allowing more patients to benefit from minimally invasive surgery.
How it works
Quick steps to get your 3D model
1. Choose Scans
Choose the scans from which you want to generate a 3D model. Save the DICOM data to your desktop.
2. Upload DICOM
Login using google chrome, click 'add case', then drag and drop the DICOM folder, and upload. We only use image pixel data from the DICOM so no patient data or other meta data is uploaded. The data is fully anonymised and no patient data is ever stored by Innersight.
3. View 3D model
Once uploaded, within 36 hours we will send you a link to the 3D model which you can view on your mobile or computer.