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Patients to benefit from new 3-D visualizations of the heart

(Aarhus University) In the future heart surgeons will have access to a new type of 3-D visualization of the cardiac conduction system. This technique could provide improved safety for patients and improve surgical outcomes in patients suffering from heart disease and cardiac malformations, says Dr. Robert Stephenson, Aarhus University.
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