Digital Orthopedics

Publisher : Springer

ISBN-13 : 9402410767

Page : 447 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 767 voters

This book addresses all aspects of digital techniques in orthopedics, from development of the core principles to imaging techniques, computer-aided design, reverse engineering and their applications. It illustrates the successful applications in accurate operation using 3-D reconstruction and applied digital techniques. All illustrations and tables were meticulously selected and are easy to understand. The book was written for all doctors and researchers who work in the fields of orthopedics, CAD/CAM and anatomy. Above all, surgeons, physiatrists, radiologists, and engineers in image processing and orthopedics will find it a valuable resource.

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