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Researchers employ CT and 3D printing to recreate voice of mummy
Could provide insights on history and help those with voice-related disorders
Stratasys unveils J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer
Replicates feel, responsiveness and biomechanics of human anatomy in models
Preparing O&P clinicians for the transition to 3D printing
Insights from Garrett Harmon, applications engineer for Essentium Inc.
VA and UW Medicine team up for 3D printing endeavor for heart trouble
Develop new approaches for greater visualization of unique anatomies
RSNA and ACR to establish clinical data registry for 3D printing
Demonstrating clinical value of 3D printing and best use of the technology
New 3D bioprinting method can create organs from collagen
Major structural protein in the human body
Israeli researchers develop first 3D heart from patient's biological materials
A first — complete with blood vessels, ventricles and cells
Is medical 3D printing destined to become as commonplace as X-ray?
Diverse teams may help unlock 3D printing’s full potential
Frost & Sullivan outline 10 growth factors for precision imaging market
Market predicted to be more than $8 billion by 2027
GE and VA partner to build 3D printing network
Holds promise for reducing surgery imaging preparation time
Materialise promotes new FDA certification process for 3D printing
Verification protocol is an 'important step forward' for the technology
Apple obtains patent for new 3D printing method
Produce objects faster with fewer materials
VA researchers working on 3D-printed artificial lung
Would serve as a 'bridge' until reaching a permanent transplant
Purdue research groups enhancing medical imaging with optical innovations
Developing optical ultrasound and 3D printed, optical phantoms
Could AI and 3D printing be the future of OB/GYN ultrasound?
Few specialities are equally poised to embrace these cutting edge tools