At Stanford University, teachers of the medical school thought about introducing virtual reality technology into the educational process. Practitioners will be able to develop existing skills using VR. Using virtual reality, you can view the human anatomy in 3D. To do this, use a special interactive simulator. Training in the detection and treatment of various diseases will become much more convenient and simple. The invention was commented on by Zlatko Devicic, an employee of the department of interventional radiology at Stanford University Medical School. He cited as an example the fight against aneurysm of the splenic artery, often complicated by the nature of the course of the disease, as well as the anatomical features of some patients. According to him, the novelty will allow to examine in detail in 3D-format the whole body, as if each organ is located directly in front of the observer. Thanks to this, treatment planning will be as quick and effective as possible, as well as the preparation of all necessary tools and equipment. This use of VR technology using images and visualization techniques guarantees a breakthrough in the imaging of the human body. Moreover, using 3D technology, 3D computed tomography can be performed. This will significantly increase the accuracy of examinations, sometimes avoiding additional operations. The quality of pre-diagnosis is critical to the success of patient care. So it’s difficult to overestimate the benefits of virtual reality. This technology will provide people with new valuable opportunities in treatment and preliminary preparation for surgery.