Current research directions in 3D printing in medicine

In this free-to-access Editorial, Michael Gelinsky (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany) considers the future of 3D printing in medicine.

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Biomedical 3D printing has started to reach patients in certain areas such as customized implants. However, this field is still in its infancy. In this free-to-access Editorial from Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, Michael Gelinsky (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany) looks to the future, considering possible limitations and the areas of 3D printing currently looking the most promising.

Gelinsky M. Current research directions in 3D printing in medicine. J. 3D Print. Med. doi:10.2217/3dp.15.3 (2016) (Epub ahead of print).

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