Canadian researchers have developed the most detailed model of 4D-man, which doctors can use to plan complex surgery or show patients the treatment in time, reports the BBC. The virtual model is called CAVEman.
Computer generated image of man is based on magnetic resonance imaging and covers more than 3 thousand. Varying the different parts of the body. Using images will help researchers study the genetics of diseases such as cancer, diabetes, muscular sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease, according to experts at the University of Medicine in Calgary.