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Clinical Application of Three-Dimensional Reconstruction in Shoulder Surgeries
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 Title & Authors
Clinical Application of Three-Dimensional Reconstruction in Shoulder Surgeries
Kim, Sung-Hwan; Ha, Seung-Joo;
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 Abstract
3-D medical image reconstruction technique using computer simulation technology has been used in the knowledge of the anatomical features and the biomechanical characteristics with the advancement of computer hardware and software. Especially, the use of 3-D image reconstruction technique in orthopaedics demonstrates that this technique is useful to improve surgical technique as well as to help inform the knowledge of shoulder joint anatomy. The purpose of this article is to introduce the utilization of 3-D image technology in shoulder surgeries.
 Keywords
Shoulder;Arthroplasty;3-D image;
 Language
Korean
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