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Use of 3-Dimensional Printed Models and Augmented Reality Holograms for Preoperative Visualization and Planning

3-Dimensional visualization is becoming popular among surgeons as a way of planning for procedures. This video illustrates augmented reality (AR) hologram visualization of a child’s Wilms tumor through a HoloLens, Microsoft’s mixed reality headset. By aiming the cursor (floating yellow circle in the video) on the structures of preference, the AR viewer can make the modeled structures transparent, look inside the kidney, zoom in on specific structures, or separate the tumor from the kidney.

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