3D printing set to improve surgery skills of student surgeons
A team of plastic surgeons from the University of Manitoba (MB, Canada) has used 3D printing to produce a realistic hand model for student surgeons to develop and practice their surgery skills on. The team who produced the model believe that it is set to improve surgeons training by providing an opportunity for young surgeons to learn in a safe and controlled environment.
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