3D printed ‘eyes’ could encourage better bone growth in children born with small or no eyes
Researchers have used data from ultrasounds and MRI scans of children with microphthalmia and anophthalmia to 3D print artificial eye structures that have successfully stimulated eye socket expansion.
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