(IANS) A newly developed software, established on real clinical data, will hand
patients a more exact 3D before-and-after picture, before the cosmetic surgery
The tool that can
generate an anatomically accurate after-surgery image was developed by Alex
Bronstein and his partners. They were all from the Tel Aviv University's department of electrical
According to a
Tel Aviv statement, acquiring the aid of experienced cosmetic surgeons, the instrument
can function like an engine to recognize geometric objects in the same manner web
pages are being retrieved by Google.
patients keep off unforeseen outcomes in the plastic surgeon's office, and can
also assist a surgeon find out the most favorable final result for the patient.
boasts, 'Our program is more like a virtual mirror. It gives surgeons and their
patients a way to see a 3D before-and-after image as though the patient has
really undergone the operation.'
with his identical twin, Michael Bronstein, and Ron Kimmel from the Technion on
workers utilized information from past plastic surgery cases and looked at a number
of variables, such as the patients' ages and different tissue types - for this application.
reveal, now that it is undergoing commercial modification, the software will
not only show women and men a much more exact result, but likewise assist
cosmetic surgeons reach more favorable outcomes for their clientele.