Scopis Building Blocks Premium Edition
Permanent license**


Scopis Building Blocks Premium for Advanced 3D Sinus Surgery Planning is the next generation surgical planning software intended for surgeons and practitioners. Scopis Building Blocks was developed jointly with Prof. PJ Wormald from the University of Adelaide. The software enables to analyze the patient's anatomy using PJ Wormald's Building Blocks methodology. Moreover, it allows to establish a surgical plan based on identifying cell blocks and the natural drainage pathway. Scopis Building Blocks is an universal DICOM viewer for pre-operative surgical planning including tumors, landmarks and measurements.

Permanent license:**

  • Permanent license valid for one user, installation allowed on two computers (Windows / Mac OS)
  • 12 months of software updates and email support
  • Qualifies for maintenance renewal
  • Scopis Building Blocks training software is a non-medical software for training and teaching purposes only. For medical products please contact


(highlighted Features are exclusively available in Premium)

  • Advanced 3D Sinus Surgery Planning
  • Planning Building Blocks
  • Drainage Pathway, Planning Points, and Landmarks
  • Labelling and Coloring of Planning Objects
  • Distance and Area Measurements


  • DICOM 3.0 Import from USB, CD, DVD, and PACS
  • Image Fusion between up to five image modalities (CT, MRI, CBCT)*
  • Axial, Coronal, Sagittal, and 3D View

*available only on Windows

Documentation Module:

  • Create screencast video with webcam and audio (HD-Quality)
  • Create screenshots
  • Anonymize patient data

Minimum Requirements:

  • Intel Core i3
  • 2GB RAM
  • 350 MB Free Disk Space
  • OpenGL 3.3 Compatible Graphics or Better
  • HD3000 or Better
  • 1366x768 Screen Resolution
  • Windows 7 64-bit

Recommended Requirements:

  • Intel Core i7
  • 4GB RAM
  • 5GB Free Disk Space
  • OpenGL 3.3 Compatible NVIDIA Graphics or Better
  • HD3000 or Better
  • 1600x900 or 1920x1080 Screen Resolution
  • Windows 7 64-bit

This product is not a medical device and not intended for primary diagnostics.