3-D Printing of Bones and Body Parts
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Dr. Matthew BramlettWe’ve collaborated with Harvard to do a jaw, sort of reconstruction on a patient that had I forget, some bad facial injury, where we could able to print out the replacement part that needed to be taken from the cadaver skull. And so I think complex orthopedic repairs are probably gonna be the most widely used application to the point where they are actually printing out the replacement parts that they’ll need in the future.
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