Human Anatomy In Digital Age
Before the invention of photography, artists played an essential role in medical science, recording human anatomy in startlingly direct and often moving images. Over 400 years, they charted the main systems of the body, made precise studies of living organs, documented embryonic development, and described pathologies.
Now, in Digital Era, Alexander Tsiaras, CEO of TheVisualMD has earned himself the nickname of “Digital Age Leonardo da Vinci.” He’s developed incredibly powerful imaging software that allows people to scan and record the human body at any stage. This technology is revolutionary and will without a doubt break through many walls in the health industry.
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