The development of technological innovations has not only changed social life and the healthcare system, but also affects medical education. The aim of this pilot study was to evaluate whether students, when observing amicrosurgical procedure of the temporal bone, gain an additional understanding of the anatomical structures and surgical site when visualization is used that provides identical views for the surgeon and viewer in 3D. During regular attendance tutorials, students were randomly assigned to three different groups: control group, 2Dgroup, or 3Dgroup. Evaluation questionnaires and intraoperative student annotation of the surgical view were used to assess the subjective didactic value of different visualization formats and resultant learning experiences for the students. A total of 47students were included in the investigations during conventional attendance tutorials. The majority indicated ahigh added value of the 3Dvisualization in terms of method (70%) and vividness (80%) compared to the 2Dgroup and self-study; 69% of the students fully agreed with the statement that 2Dand 3Dvisualization increases learning motivation and is avery good way to improve recognition of anatomical topography and structures. New interactive visualization options in teaching promote learning efficiency and motivation among students. Especially 3Dvisualization and intraoperative annotation of the surgical view by the student is auseful didactic tool and increases the quality of clinical teaching. It supports the perception of anatomical...
Development Of Technological Innovations Learning Motivation Visualization Formats Annotation Of Landmarks Evaluation Questionnaires Learning Efficiency Surgical Site Anatomical Structures Interactive Annotation Healthcare System
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