Scientist pitches personalized 3D simulation of birth canal

12/8/2013 | FastCoExist

After entering the measurements of a pregnant woman's pelvis and uterus and the fetus' head and torso, clinicians can use a new software application to produce an interactive 3D simulation of the birth process, said computer scientist Rudy Lapeer of the University of East Anglia. The application would not be for routine use, but could prove helpful for high-risk births or to determine the necessity of a cesarean section.

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