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Oncology Animations

Oncology Illustrations

Scientific Visualization studio can produce method of action videos and oncology animations / oncology illustrations.  Created 3d graphics first oncology illustrations are turned into stunning MOA's (oncology animations) .  

Oncology is the branch of medicine that studies tumors and seeks to understand their development, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. A medical professional who practices oncology is an oncologist.
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It depends completely on the nature of the tumor identified what kind of therapeutical intervention will be necessary. Certain disorders will require immediate admission, while others will be followed up with regular physical examination and blood tests.
Often, surgery is attempted to remove a tumor entirely. This is only feasible when there is some degree of certainty that the tumor can in fact be removed. When it is certain that parts will remain, curative surgery is often impossible, e.g. when there are metastases elsewhere, or when the tumor has invaded a structure that cannot be operated upon without risking the patient's life. Occasionally surgery can improve survival even if not all tumour tissue has been removed.
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Contact us for your custom oncology animations or oncology illustrations.  3D computer oncology animations produced by Tres 3d Medical Animation Studio.

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