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  • An overview on 3D printing for abdominal surgery. [Review]
    Surg Endosc 2019Pietrabissa A, Marconi S, … Auricchio F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The increasing application of 3D printing in abdominal surgery reflects the dawn of a new technology, although it is still in its infancy. The potential benefit of this technology is clear, however, and it may soon lead to the development of new hospital facilities to improve surgical training, research, and patient care.
  • 3D navigation in surgery of Eagle syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Bratisl Lek Listy 2019; 120(7):494-497Czako L, Hirjak D, … Galis B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Eagle's syndrome is difficult to diagnose due to its wide variability in symptoms. The inherent accuracy and other properties of 3D printing have allowed it to have exciting applications in anatomy education and surgery, with great benefit to the maxillofacial surgery. With the assistance of 3D technology, it is much easier for the surgeon to plan the surgical approach and the surgery, and significantly reduce the operation time (Fig. 3, Ref. 22).
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