Augmented reality may assist cardiologists plan and perform complex procedures

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Researchers have taken a new look at augmented reality's potential to help cardiologists visualize myocardial scarring in the heart as they perform ventricular tachycardia ablation or other electrophysiological interventions. The team's findings demonstrate that the new augmented reality technology confers a number of advantages.

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