From Movies to Medicine

Martin Lindner
Published on August 7, 2018

Arnaud Van Linden, MDSenior Physician, Clinic for Thoracic and Cardiac Vascular Surgery, University Hospital Frankfurt, Germany

Finding access to the heart

The photorealistic representation is closer to the real-life surgical view than other imaging representation methods.

Principles of cinema applied to medicine

Cinematic rendering provides the potential to plan minimally invasive direct coronary artery bypass (MIDCAB) surgery effectively and safely.

Christian Krautz, MDVisceral Surgeon, Clinic for Surgery, University Hospital Erlangen, Germany

Quick and reliable interpretation of complex anatomy

Individualizing treatment strategies

Elliot Fishman, MDDirector of Diagnostic Imaging and Body CT, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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By Martin Lindner

Martin Lindneris is an award-winning science writer based in Berlin, Germany. After completing his medical studies and a doctoral thesis in the history of medicine, he went into journalism. His articles have appeared in many major German and Swiss newspapers and magazines.