The pictures rotate in any spatial position, see them as you want, you decide what you want to see and how it wants to see, because each structure can be removed and put, says Juan Antonio Juanes. The work of developing each of these viewers takes at least one year, but does not pass unnoticed to the scientific community. The ultimate recognition in the form of prize arrived in the international film doctor, health and telemedicine, pageant held in November 2010, when Juanes and his team gained an award for their Viewer for major depression, although others work, as anatomical viewer of the skin or in the female pelvis 3D reconstruction have also been awarded previously. Always with the support of the Madrid company Desarrollos Informaticos Abbey, the projects that have come forward so far are as follows:-anatomical viewer of the brain or UB-Brain. Based on the Visible Human project. -Parkinson’s disease. On the basis of the above and with the participation of prestigious neurologist Eduardo Tolosa, of the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona.
-Optic pathway. Anatomical elements comprising the optical path and system oculomotor from serial sections of magnetic resonance. -Female pelvis. Destined for the morphological understanding of the anatomical elements of the female genital tract. Based on orthogonal planes of magnetic resonance imaging of the female pelvis. -Major depression. To visualize brain activity in patients with major depression, considered a severe mood disorder.
-Hand. Three-dimensional reconstruction of the bones of the hand after acquiring radiological images from one hand. It allows the analysis of anatomical structures. -Maxillofacial. It shows the anatomy of different dental pieces. Images were reconstructed from serial sections of the skull obtained through helical computed tomography. -Vertebral column. Three-dimensional reconstruction of the vertebrae and visualization of different regions of the column. Their morphological knowledge is important for the body stability. -Skin. This viewer has allowed to recreate for the first time in three dimensions and interfacing with sectional images obtained by histological techniques. -Anaesthesia. The last tools developed until today is a dynamic and interactive atlas for the study of different bodily extremities neuromuscular systems, a software development of clinical simulation that allows to perform an emulation of scanning ultrasound for regional anesthetic blocks of upper and lower extremities. In this case, the partners they have been in Salamanca: Clemente Muriel Villoria, Professor of Anesthesiology; and Pablo Alonso Hernandez and Felipe Hernandez Zaballos, the service of Anesthesiology and resuscitation and therapy of the pain of the University Hospital of Salamanca. Each of these projects has been funded by different pharmaceutical Labs based on the area of interest anatomical Viewer that was developed.