3D printing and the history of surgery: engaging the public with surgical innovation (part 1)

3DMedNet speaks to Pankaj Chandak, Specialist Registrar in Transplant Surgery (Guy's, St Thomas', Evelina and Great Ormond Street Hospitals; London, UK) and Research Fellow (King's College London, UK) ​about the case behind the 3D-printed kidney models featured in Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries.

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For this special feature, 3DMedNet is at the Science Museum in London (UK) at Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries, to take a closer look at the past, present and potential for 3D printing and innovation in surgery.  

As we explored the galleries, we spoke to Pankaj Chandak, Specialist Registrar in Transplant Surgery (Guy's, St Thomas', Evelina and Great Ormond Street Hospitals; London, UK) and Research Fellow (King's College London, UK) about the case behind the 3D-printed kidney models featured in the galleries and their place in the history of innovation in surgery.  

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