Computer Assisted Reconstructive Surgery (CARS) represents a combination of computer assisted technologies that are used to improve reconstructive surgery of bones. In general these technologies consist of: preoperative planning; pre- and intraoperative (3D) imaging; patient specific implant selection (or manufacturing) and surgical navigation.

In this course the student will be trained in all aspects of computer assisted reconstructive surgery, including pre- and intraoperative imaging, preoperative planning, implant selection and design, and intraoperative navigation.

This course (Coursecode TM11008) is part of the interdisciplinary joint-degree Master programme in Technical Medicine.