May 2015 – Anatomage Table Users Group Meeting 2015

Anatomage Table Users Group Meeting 2015

San Jose, CA - May 2015 - Registration is open for the second annual Anatomage Table Users Group meeting. The meeting is set to take place August 1-2, at the beautiful Omni San Francisco Hotel.

Attendees can look forward to:
  • Learning to advance your curriculum with the Anatomage Table
  • Receiving in-depth training with the Anatomage team
  • Previewing upcoming features for the Anatomage Table
  • Gaining new perspectives on the Anatomage Table from other users

Attendees are encouraged to bring any teaching material they’ve made involving their Anatomage Table. Attendees will have a chance to view and discuss their material during break times.

Guest Speakers

  • Dr. Sara Doll from Ruprecht-Karls-University, Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology
  • Anne Gilroy from the University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Kimberly Michael from the University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Conrad Dove from the Mayo Clinic, J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center
  • Tanya Custer from the University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Dr. Leslie King from the College of Chiropractic at Life University

Anatomage is excited by the activity of our Table customers. We are proud of our thriving and dynamic community and we hope to see you at our Anatomage Table Users Group Meeting. For more information on the Anatomage Table Users Group Meeting, please contact your representative or call 408-885-1474.

Forms:
Anatomage Table Users Group Meeting Information
Anatomage Table Users Group Meeting Registration Form

Teacher using the Anatomage Table

Anatomage is headquartered in downtown San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley. Their products are in use at thousands of clinics worldwide. Anatomage’s focus is on 3D medical technology. The company’s innovative approach has made them a technical leader, shaping and redefining the industry standards.

May 2015 – Dr. Engel to present a live surgery at AGD 2015

Dr. Engel to present a live surgery at AGD 2015

San Jose, CA - May 2015 - Dr. Todd Engel will present “The Magic Circle" a Live Surgical Placement Demonstration at the Academy of General Dentistry 2015 Congress.

"The Magic Circle" is a comprehensive surgical treatment for the general dentist.

1. Initial consultation and blueprinting the case
2. Preparing the patient biologically (grafting and tissue management for GP's)
3. Surgical component (placing the implant(s))
4. Post-surgical follow up and prosthetic considerations
This is followed by a "live" surgical placement on the same patient discussed in steps 1-4, seen "live" by the audience. This approach will allow the audience to witness a patient in a "guarded" state at time of consultation, through the grafting and healing time, followed by the placement of implants and delivery of the restoration."

For more information about Dr. Todd Engel and the Engel Institute, please visit http://www.engelinstitute.com/events.html

The AGD Congress will be held in San Francisco, CA from June 18th through the 21st at the Moscone West Convention Center. For more information about AGD 2015, please visit https://www.etouches.com/ehome/102657/226676/

Dr. Engel will be using an Anatomage Guide during the surgery. Anatomage is headquartered in downtown San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley. Their products are in use at thousands of clinics worldwide. Anatomage's focus is on 3D medical technology. The company's innovative approach has made them a technical leader, shaping and redefining the industry standards.

For more information on The Anatomage Guide please visit us on the web at www.anatomage.com or call (408) 885 - 1474.

April 2015 – Anatomage releasing collection of tutorials for Anatomage Table 3.0

Anatomage releasing collection of tutorials for Anatomage Table 3.0

San Jose, CA – April 2015 – The Anatomage Table 3.0 support team has put together a collection of simple tutorials. The 19 videos cover everything you need to know from basic to advanced operation of the Anatomage Table 3.0. The videos are broken down by tool, function, or task allowing users to easily access the option they are looking for.

The full collection of tutorials is accessible here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt_IiLQ3dXEwysdyDFxKtG8EebShAqsTL

Recently Anatomage released the Anatomage Table 3.0, the latest update to the Anatomage Table. The Anatomage Table is a virtual dissection table designed to show all real patient data in a life-size scale. The Anatomage Table is currently in use at more than 200 institutions including Stanford University, Mayo Clinic, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, University of Massachusetts, and Case Western Reserve University.

The Table has real human 3D interactive scans. The male cadaver has over 1,000 segmented and annotated structures. Table 3.0 contains high-resolution data sets of regional anatomy, and the Anatomage library contains a wide array of case examples that range from medical device demonstrations to rare and unique clinical cases. The Anatomage Table offers a solution to the limitations of cadavers and provides a novel experience allowing users to gain a more comprehensive understanding of anatomy. The FDA cleared the Anatomage Table software for “radiologists, clinicians, referring physicians and other qualified individuals to retrieve, process, render, review, and assist in diagnosis”. The Table enables doctors to quickly analyze a patient’s scan in 3D with multiple renderings to further highlight specific tissue for accurate diagnosis. Surgical planning can be visualized and post-operative analysis can be reviewed on the Table.

Anatomage is headquartered in downtown San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley. Their products are in use at thousands of clinics worldwide. Anatomage’s focus is on 3D medical technology. The company’s innovative approach has made them a technical leader, shaping and redefining the industry standards.

For more information on The Anatomage Table please visit us on the web at www.anatomage.com or call (408) 885 - 1474.

March 2015 – Anatomage will be at Experimental Biology 2015

Anatomage will be at Experimental Biology 2015

San Jose, CA - March 2015 - Anatomage will be in booth 502 at Experimental Biology 2015. The annual meeting is taking place in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center March 28 - April 1. The company will be displaying virtual dissection in ways you may have not seen before. In addition to the Anatomage Table 3.0 real human 3D interactive male cadaver, Anatomage will display the 3D printed male cadaver.

Last month Anatomage released the Anatomage Table 3.0, the latest update to the Anatomage Table. The Anatomage Table is a virtual dissection table designed to show all real patient data in a life-size scale. The Anatomage Table is currently in use at more than 200 institutions including Stanford University, Mayo Clinic, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, University of Massachusetts, and Case Western Reserve University.

Table 3.0

The Table has real human 3D interactive scans. The male cadaver has over 1,000 segmented and annotated structures. Table 3.0 contains high-resolution data sets of regional anatomy, and the Anatomage library contains a wide array of pathology cases that range from medical device demonstrations to rare and unique clinical cases. The Anatomage Table offers a solution to the limitations of cadavers and provides a novel experience that allows users to gain a more comprehensive understanding of anatomy. The FDA cleared the Anatomage Table software for “radiologists, clinicians, referring physicians and other qualified individuals to retrieve, process, render, review, and assist in diagnosis”. The Table enables doctors to quickly analyze a patient’s scan in 3D with multiple renderings to further highlight specific tissue for accurate diagnosis. Surgical planning can be visualized and post-operative analysis can be reviewed on the Table.

Anatomage is headquartered in downtown San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley. Their products are in use at thousands of clinics worldwide. Anatomage’s focus is on 3D medical technology. The company’s innovative approach has made them a technical leader, shaping and redefining the industry standards.

For more information on The Anatomage Table please visit us on the web at www.anatomage.com or call (408) 885 - 1474.

March 2015 – Anatomage Table 3.0 Anatomy Poster

Anatomage Table 3.0 Anatomy Poster

Hello,

I am pleased to introduce to you a project we have been working on. Over the last couple of months we have put together a stunning anatomy poster. This poster needed to be as unique as our Anatomage Table. We wanted the poster to reflect the Table's unique ability to view the relationship in a 3D space. We carefully combed through Anatomage Table 3.0, finding the most informative slices and interesting views to share with you. This anatomy poster is a collection of screen captures from the Anatomage Table. Thousands of photographs come together to make the data set our Anatomage Table users will recognize as the “Full Body Male” cadaver. When you look at the brain on the poster you can be sure you are looking at a picture of a real brain, not an illustration.

Please enter below to receive a copy of the poster.

Best regards,
Elizabeth Marzili
Marketing Manager
Anatomage, Inc.

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For more information on The Anatomage Table please visit us on the web at www.anatomage.com or call (408) 885 - 1474.

February 2015 – Anatomage is releasing Anatomage Table 3.0

Anatomage is releasing Anatomage Table 3.0

SAN JOSE, CA - February 2015 - Anatomage is releasing Anatomage Table 3.0, the latest update to the Anatomage Table. The Anatomage Table is a virtual dissection table designed to show all real patient data in a life-size scale. The Anatomage Table is currently in use at more than 200 institutions including Stanford University, Mayo Clinic, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, University of Massachusetts, and Case Western Reserve University.

The Table has real human 3D interactive scans. The male cadaver has over 1,000 segmented and annotated structures. Table 3.0 contains high-resolution data sets of regional anatomy, and the Anatomage library contains a wide array of pathology cases that range from medical device demonstrations to rare and unique clinical cases. The Anatomage Table offers a solution to the limitations of cadavers and provides a novel experience that allows users to gain a more comprehensive understanding of anatomy. The FDA cleared the Anatomage Table software for “radiologists, clinicians, referring physicians and other qualified individuals to retrieve, process, render, review, and assist in diagnosis”. The Table enables doctors to quickly analyze a patient’s scan in 3D with multiple renderings to further highlight specific tissue for accurate diagnosis. Surgical planning can be visualized and post-operative analysis can be reviewed on the Table.

Table 3.0

Based on direct feedback from institutions currently using the Anatomage Table, a multitude of new features have been added to enhance the educational experience. Instructors can utilize a built in curriculum and create their own password protected quiz with multiple pin styles. The new Explore tool can remove a single anatomical structure, isolate it, or highlight it. The Anatomage Table Library has more than doubled in 3.0 with over 160 new pathology cases. Multiple skull scans from the Smithsonian Institution are now included. The Male cadaver has received extensive resolution updates including increased color accuracy and detailed segmentation.

Anatomage is headquartered in downtown San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley. Their products are in use at thousands of clinics worldwide. Anatomage's focus is on 3D medical technology. The company's innovative approach has made them a technical leader, shaping and redefining the industry standards.

For more information on The Anatomage Table please visit us on the web at www.anatomage.com or call (408) 885 - 1474.

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