Design of 3D animation for laser fissurectomy. An anal fissure is a painful tear in the anal mucosa which is caused by disease or irritation or injury to the mucosa. In most cases, the mucous membrane regenerates after some time with conservative treatments. However, in some cases this is not the case, which may require surgery. In a laser fissurectomy, the fissure is treated superficially with a laser fiber to allow tissue regeneration.
The 3D animation shows the steps of the operation. First, chronically enlarged anal papillae are reduced with the laser. In the second step, the wound bed is superficially coagulated. In the last step, the sentinel pile is reduced and a wound drain triangle is applied which supports wound healing.
Content: 3D animation
Utilization: Trade fairs and congresses, Youtube, website, field service
Specifications: Full-HD, 1:00 min, english subtitles
Client: Biolitec AG
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Sequences from 3D animation laser therapy:
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Music used under Creative Commons license CC BY 3.0: Kevin McLeoad – “As I figure”.