Cerebral aneurysm models for emergency clipping surgery sped up by 3D printing
A study by researchers from Jichi Medical University School of Medicine (Shimotsuke, Tochigi, Japan) has suggested that the use of 3D printed cerebral aneurysm models could be a faster more efficient method of assisting emergency aneurysm clipping.
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