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Published on Oct 26, 2018
Using scans of actual patient anatomy, UCSF surgeons can print model bones on which to plan and practice procedures. Being able to see, hold and rotate a precise replica of a patient’s bones gives surgeons a new angle on their cases, providing information that might be invisible on a flat scan.